Regionalism in International Contexts
To supplement the Ministry of Interior and JDC’s ongoing research and planning effort to design a regional model for Israel, this work focused on surfacing strategies and lessons from regional reform efforts around the world with relevant implications for Israel. The work centered on two objectives:
1. Conducting in-depth research on regionalism in other national contexts to inform strategies for Israel; and
2. Mapping the international landscape of forums and discussions on regionalism to identify opportunities for Israel to learn from, participate in, and contribute to.
This report synthesizes insights from contemporary regional reform efforts gathered through a literature review and interviews with experts and practitioners.
Partners: BENNETT MIDLAND LLC, the Ministry of Interior
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