Dr. Rami M. Nasrallah is the Founder and Chairman of The International Peace and Cooperation Center (IPCC) in Jerusalem. His MA is in International Relations from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and his Ph.D. is in Urban Planning from the Technology University of Delft in The Netherlands. He has held several research fellowships, including at the Cambridge University Institute of Advanced Studies, the Europe Institute at the University of Basel in Switzerland, and the Middle East Institute at the National University of Singapore. His work focuses on Palestinian civil society, urban revitalization and sustainability, spatial planning, and affordable housing, and on scenarios for the future of Jerusalem and of Palestine. He has written and edited several publications on issues related to Jerusalem.