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University of Birzeit, Ramallah (2009)

Planning for a sustainable spatial development : the role of the local level in the Palestinian context

Awadallah-Abuleil, Wafa

Titre : Planning for a sustainable spatial development : the role of the local level in the Palestinian context

التخطيط لتنمية فضائية مستدامة و دور المستوى المحلي في الواقع الفلسطيني

Auteur : Awadallah-Abuleil, Wafa

Université de soutenance : University of Birzeit, Ramallah, Palestine

Grade : Master’s Degree in Urban Planning and Design 2009

Résumé partiel
Palestinian society is a victim of a process called "de development which is according to the Human Development Report (2002, p6) is achieved by preventing a society from using its political and economic potential and by preventing rational structural transformation of the society through indigenous means. The Palestinians were a victim for such process since the ottoman period and continue through the different successive occupation periods to Palestine. The de development mechanisms were varying through these periods, but mainly it was employed by the different layers of occupants’ state laws and the military Israeli mechanism to cause extreme injurious to the process of social and political transformation. Sustainable spatial development in Palestine likewise any sustainable development requires sovereignty and control over the social, environmental and economic objectives to coordinate its development towards spatial sustainability. It also required efficient institutional system to coordinate development between different sectors and fields. Palestinian spatial development lacks the local level participatory approach due to the subsequent layers of occupation in Palestine, which prevent public participation and interaction in the planning process. It also lacks the appropriate intervention planning level, the governorate level that coordinates and manages the relations between the governorate localities. It is the appropriate level to achieve effective local participation in planning. Hence, the local participation could provide such level with the effective partnership between its localities to achieve sustainable spatial development

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