Dvora Avramzon is a doctoral student at the Technion’s Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning. Her dissertation deals with strategies and measures for creating inclusive growth in peripheral areas. In the Institute she works on research of local government and regionality issues.
Avramzon holds a master’s degree in social development practice from The Bartlett Development Planning Unit in the University College London. In this context she wrote a thesis on opportunities and obstacles concerning the promotion of the democratization of production processes. She earned her undergraduate degree in politics and government from Ben Gurion University.
Prior to joining the Institute, she acted as a consultant to the State Comptroller’s Office on public participation processes, on behalf of the Sheatufim organization. Before that she was head of the municipal department at the Shaharit Institute. During her master’s studies she took part in two participatory studies regarding housing issues in Salvador, Brazil, and London, Britain.