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Report 06 [the Security Fence Around Jerusalem -- Israel Kimhi]

Report 06 [the Security Fence Around Jerusalem -- Israel Kimhi]

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The Jerusalem Institute for Israel Studies
Established by the Charles H. Revson Foundation
The Security Fence Around Jerusalem:
Implications for the City and Its Residents
Editor: Israel Kimhi
2006
 
The JIIS Studies Series, No. 111
The Security Fence Around Jerusalem: Implications for the Cityand Its Residents
Editor: Israel Kimhi
Maps: Yair Assaf-ShapiraLayout and design: Esti BoehmProduction and printing: Hamutal AppelWe wish to thank Al Levitt of San Francisco, the Yaakov and Hilda BlausteinFoundation, the Frankel Foundation, the Charles H. Revson Foundation,the New Israel Fund, the Jerusalem Fund and the National Security Councilfor making this project possible.The views expressed in this book are solely the responsibility of the authors© 2006, The Jerusalem Institute for Israel StudiesThe Hay Elyachar House20 Radak St., 92186 Jerusalemhttp://www.jiis.org.ilE-mail: machon@jiis.org.il
 
About the authors
Israel Kimhi —
Urban planner, senior researcher and Jerusalem StudiesCoordinator at the Jerusalem Institute for Israel Studies. Headed the JerusalemMunicipality’s Policy Planning Division. Lecturer in the Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s Geography Department and at the Institute of Urban and RegionalStudies. Has headed numerous planning teams and prepared master and outlineplans for neighborhoods, cities and regions in Israel. Author of numerouspublications on Jerusalem, among them:
Sustainable Jerusalem:
 
 Issues of  Development and Conservation
(with Maya Choshen and Shlomo Hasson), theJerusalem Institute for Israel Studies 2004;
Urban Environmental Quality
(ed.),the Jerusalem Institute for Israel Studies, 2005;
The Jerusalem Hills and the JudeanCoastal Plain: Conservation Policy and Sustainable Development 
(with MayaChoshen and Motti Kaplan);
Outline Plan for the Jerusalem District, 2000
; Staff Coordinator,
 Master Plan for Educational Institutions in East Jerusalem
, 2003(with Maya Choshen, Muhammad Nakhal and Bilhah Piamente).
Maya Choshen —
Geographer and urban planner, senior researcher at theJerusalem Institute for Israel Studies and lecturer at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s School of Education and Institute of Urban and Regional Studies.She edits the
Statistical Yearbook of Jerusalem
and its accompanying publication,
 Al Netunayich Yerushalayim
, published by the Jerusalem Institute for Israel Studiesand the Jerusalem Municipality; she advises research teams and directs projectson social, planning and education-related issues in Jerusalem. Among the booksand articles that she has published in recent years:
Sustainable Jerusalem: Issuesof Development and Conservation,
the Jerusalem Institute for Israel Studies (withShlomo Hasson and Israel Kimhi), 2004; “There’s Something About the Place:Immigration to and from Jerusalem Shapes the Life of the City,” (Hebrew) in
Panim: a Magazine on Culture, Society and Education
, No. 28, the Israel TeachersUnion in cooperation with the Jerusalem Institute for Israel Studies, 2004;
 MasterPlan for Educational Institutions in East Jerusalem
, the Jerusalem Institute forIsrael Studies (submitted to the Jerusalem Education Authority, with MuhammadNakhal, Bilhah Piamente and Israel Kimhi), 2003.

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