Prof. Michal Krumer-Nevo

Spitzer Department of Social Work

David and Dorothy Schwartzman Chair in Development Community 

Honorary President, Israeli Center for Qualitative Research of People and Societies

Recent Work

  • Developing a model for poverty-aware social work in the Arab-Palestinian society
  • Poverty-awareness in the courthouse: Poverty-awareness training to lawyers working with debtors  
  • Poverty-awareness in a mental health rehabilitation service 
  • Selma Fraiberg: Hebrew edition of selected papers 


Radical Hope: Poverty-Aware Practice for Social Work

2021 Book Award, The Society for Social Work and Research   
“Skilfully interweaving theory, ethics and practice, Krumer-Nevo offers a rich and challenging solidaristic model for poverty-aware social work, grounded in recognition of the knowledge of people in poverty. It deserves to be read, and more importantly, acted on.” Ruth Lister, Member of the House of Lords

תקווה רדיקלית

 תקווה רדיקלית: פרקטיקה מודעת-עוני לעבודה סוציאלית 

זוכה פרס הספר הטוב ביותר לשנת 2021 של החברה האמריקאית למחקר בעבודה סוציאלית