Home:How new technologies can help us shape homecoming policies

On October 7, something happened in Israel. The country was caught up in one of the biggest security crises of our time.
The civilian approach to the state of emergency that prevails in the country has many shortcomings, mainly related to dealing with the civilian population that is in the frontier.
These days, tens of thousands of people in Israel officially or unofficially evacuated their homes.
The evacuation raises many challenges associated with the disconnection of people and communities from their homes.
The issue of this project is the issue of homecoming.
The goal of the project is the development of concepts and tools that will support the decision makers when they gather to create a policy of homecoming.
The uniqueness of the project lies in the innovative combination of dealing with social issues through advanced technologies of data management and spatial modeling.
This means that the project will seek to produce a process that begins with social theory and ends with sustainable tools in the hands of the local authorities.

From an organizational point of view, this group is formed in cooperation between the Samuel Neaman Institute and Eshkol Galil Ma'ari, led by Dr. Merav Aharon Gutman, who heads the Smart Social Strategy Lab

The aspired result: data-based social planning processes embedded in three-dimensional spatial models, which improve the processes of formulating the urban strategy and occur through public partnership.

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