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June 22nd, 2021

 

The RISE Discussions #1

Naftali Building, TAU Campus & ZOOM Webinar

 

The Boris Mints Institute was founded with the intention to encourage research, planning and innovative thinking in order to promote a significant positive change in the world. BMI is focusing on designing strategic innovative plans to enhance the welfare of communities around the globe.

Starting 2017, BMI awards a $100,000 prize to an exceptional researcher who has devoted his/her research and academic life to the solution of a strategic global challenge and whose research public action and ideas had transformative impacts on global policy formation, as well as a proven contribution to the welfare of a significant number of communities worldwide. 

The 2021 BMI Prize will be awarded to an outstanding academic figure, that stood out in fighting the Covid-19 virus. The prize evaluation committee will focus on the way in which the crisis was (and is) managed, in order to award the prize to a person who combines solid academic background with proven management skills and a far-reaching vision, that helped save lives in the management of the COVID-19.

The deadline for receipt of nominations is July 31, 2021

BMI Fellows at a research student conference

BMI Fellows at a research student conference

Amit Loewenthal, Eve Guterman and Eyal Sasson, presented their research.

Does globalization bring the world closer or farther apart?

Does globalization bring the world closer or farther apart?

Following our webinar: Prof. Trajtenberg's interview for the Jerusalem Post

A new article by BMI researchers

A new article by BMI researchers

Dr. Nimrod Rosler and Dr. Boaz Hameiri, researchers at our Conflict Resolution Lab, have just published a new article

BMI Postdoc Researcher - Dr. Nadine Knab

BMI Postdoc Researcher - Dr. Nadine Knab

Dr. Knab, a Postdoc researcher at the Conflict Resolution lab, was interviewed to the Peace Psychologist magazine