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Study reveals majority of Arabs are blind to Startup Nation

11.03.21|James Spiro
According to a report by PresenTense with the support of Citi Israel, the country’s Arab population’s high tech sector isn’t as exposed due to geographical challenges and perceived prejudices
קלפי בחירות אנשים מצביעים זירת הנדל"ן

Netanyahu Crows Victory as Joint List Surges

04.03.20|Shahar Ilan
A 65% voting turnout from Israel’s Arab minority bumped the four major Arab-led parties from 10 seats in April 2019 to 15 seats in Monday’s election
ד"ר אורנית רמתי דביר מנהלת תחום תעסוקה באקורד ו סמא צפורי תעסוקת ערבים

Nearly Half of Israeli Arab Academics Avoid Applying for Jobs at Predominantly Jewish Companies, Research Shows

27.01.20|Maayan Manela
According to the study, conducted by The Hebrew University’s aChord Center, Arab candidates are afraid of encountering racism or failing to get the job for non-professional reasons as well as of the way working for a Jewish company may be perceived by their own community
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Burnt by Homogeneous Tech Ecosystem, Israeli-Druze Entrepreneur Sets Out to Eliminate Hiring Bias

16.01.20|Hagar Ravet
Tech veteran Aiman Amer of the Druze village of Julis in northern Israel left his position at software testing company Qualitest to found human resources company SkillInn
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Israeli Farmers Claim New Regulation Meant to Target Arabs Is Being Used Against Them

16.10.19|Dotan Levy
An amendment passed in 2017 authorizing heavy fines for building violations was originally intended to target unlicensed construction in Arab towns and villages, most of which lack state-sanctioned outline plans, making building permits nearly impossible to obtain
מגזין נשים 3.9.18 סיימת ללדת קדימה לעבודה

Israel’s Population on Track to Reach 10 Million in 2024

07.09.18|Lilach Baumer
Israel’s fertility rate of 3.11 per woman is the highest rate among OECD countries
ראובן ריבלין בנימין נתניהו בכנסת פתיחת מושב החורף 23.1017

Israeli President Rivlin Says He Will Protest Controversial State Law by Signing it in Arabic

31.07.18|Lilach Baumer
In a Monday meeting, the Israeli ceremonial head of state said he must sign the bill or resign
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Tech Workers Get More. In Israel, Much More

29.05.18|Lilach Baumer and Shahar Ilan
In Israel, tech employees earned nearly 2.5 times the average wage of all other employees in 2013, compared to an OECD average ratio of 1.64
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Cisco Aims for Diversity in Israel

17.05.18|Tofi Stoler
Oren Sagi, the general manager of Cisco’s Israeli offices, says the inclusion of minority groups in the company’s talent pool brings prosperity
מצפה רמון אסטרונאוטים d-mars

CTech's Tuesday Roundup of Israeli Tech News

The challenges of living on Mars: air, water, lack of personal space. Israeli lawmaker’s Twitter account suspended after tweet saying Palestinian girl in custody should have been shot
תלמידים חרדים דתיים

Israel’s Economy is Strong, but its Inclusiveness is Low, Says OECD Survey

11.03.18|Lilach Baumer
While the tech sector is Israel’s growth engine, to secure the future emphasis should be placed on education and infrastructure for disadvantaged groups, says the report
ועידת ניו יורק MIND OF TECH 2017 אהרון אהרון

Government Innovation Arm Marks Next Frontiers for Israeli Tech

22.02.18|Tofi Stoler
The country’s influential government innovation arm intends to invest in domains that may bring about the next spurt of growth of Israeli tech, said CEO Aharon Aharon
נצרת ועידת כלכליסט כנס העסקים של החברה הערבית

CTech’s Daily Israeli Tech News Roundup

EU enlists an AI startup in the fight against fake news. The cost of exlcuding Arabs from the Israeli economy. Uster buys Elbit Vision Systems for $32 million
השקת מעבדת חדשנות של מונא ו אפל במג'ד אל־כרום

CTech’s Daily Israeli Tech News Roundup

Apple partners with Arab-Jewish tech incubator on AR lab. At the midst of a talent crunch, Israel has an untapped source of engineers
נסרין חדאד חאג יחיא המכון הישראלי לדמוקרטיה

Road to Inclusiveness in Israeli Tech Still Long, Researcher Says

11.02.18|Keren-Or Grinberg
Before Arabs can take a bigger role in Israeli tech some fundamentals need to change, says researcher Nasreen Hadad Haj-Yahya