The joint study of the Macro Center for Political Economics and the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung in Israel in 2016 is the fourth in a series of followup studies on attitudes and perceptions of teenagers (ages 15-18) and young people (ages 21-24) in Israel. The objectives of these studies are to present the personal, national and social views of Israel’s young generation and how they have shifted over the years. These studies allow for a long-term tracking of changes in attitudes and perceptions of the Israeli youth. They offer a unique perspective on how every young generation is different from its predecessors and how trends have changed over time.
On November 14, the Fourth Israeli Youth Study was presented to the public at an official Event at the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung in Berlin. Dr. Roby Nathanson, Editor of the Youth Study, introduced the German Version of the Study to the public.
The Hebrew and English Versions of the Youth Study were presented for the first time in Tel Aviv in Mindspace in Tel Aviv, on April 6, 2017.
⇒Click here to download the German Version of the Fourth Israeli Youth Study: “Wohin geht es für Generation Z? Zwischen Enttäuschung und Erwartung – persönliche Wertvorstellungen und politische Positionen junger Menschen in Israel”!