Rami Adut is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. His doctoral dissertation is on the formation of the Mizrahi and the Arab middle classes in Israel. Over the past two decades, as part of his work in Physicians for Human Rights-Israel and the Association for Civil Rights in Israel, Adut has promoted changing the health policy with regard to privatization and inequality, and increasing public awareness of these issues. He has also written several position papers on related topics. He holds an MA from Tel Aviv University’s Cohen Institute for the History and Philosophy of Science and Ideas. Since March 2015, Adut has coordinated activity focusing on policy change with regard to privatization and regulation, at the Yaacov Chazan Center for Social Justice and Democracy at the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute.
Coordinator of Policy Change, the Yaacov Chazan Center for Social Justice and Democracy at the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute
Fields of Practice:
health policy, privatization and regulation
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