Planning as a Constitutional Concept of Rights - A lecture by Dr. Orwa Switat
A lecture by:
Dr. Orwa Switat
Planning as a Constitutional Concept of Rights
Orwa Switat, PhD, is a scholar and practitioner in urban planning. He has two Bachelor’s degrees, in philosophy and political science, a Master’s and PhD degrees in urban and regional planning, from the Technion - the Institute of Technology. His research is centered on the relations between states and minorities in planning and the position of social and minority groups in planning theory and practice. He investigated the status of social and minority groups in London Planning. He also works as a planning consultant for social integration in city, neighborhood, and historical urban centers plans and as a consultant for social change organizations that promote rights, justice and community.