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The Wisconsin Plan in East Jerusalem: “From Welfare to Work,” Review and Analysis of the Plan in Light of those Affected by it, and the Social, Economical and Political Reality for East Jerusalem

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AbstractThis paper focuses on the experience of the Jerusalemite participants in the Wisconsin plan, and its impact on them as individuals and family members, and on the Jerusalemite society from an economic and social perspective. The paper also relies on field information that stems from the practical experience of the Community Action Center, based on its role in advocating the marginalized groups and empowering them for knowledge and skills that strengthen and support them in dealing with this plan, including other services provided by the official Israeli authorities to the Jerusalemite community.

Affiliations: 1: Community Action CenterAl-Quds


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