A new report on haredi Orthodox society in Israel has found that while ultra-Orthodox women are better educated and working more; there has been a backslide in the integration of ultra-Orthodox men – with fewer entering the labor force. Additionally, the community is also becoming more open to mainstream society, with increasing numbers obtaining driver's licenses, traveling abroad, and surfing the internet. KAN reporter Naomi Segal heard more about the Israel Democracy Institute's fourth Statistical Report on Haredi Society in Israel from one of its authors, Dr. Gilad Malach, Director of the Ultra-Orthodox in Israel Program at the Israel Democracy Institute.