Social justice begins in the gaps between the city and the suburbs

29 September, 2014

Dr. Emil Israel, a researcher at the Technion, examined the differences between central city residents and residents of suburbs, and found that the latter enjoy greater opportunities and a higher quality of life than those that live in the city. In a private column he explains that the struggle for social justice has to start by reducing the gaps between these two forms of settlements, which only increase social inequality that already exists.

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