About I am an assistant professor at the Section of Spatial Planning and Strategy of the Delft University of Technology (in The Netherlands). I am interested in SPATIAL JUSTICE and GOVERNANCE as instruments that enable ACTION to improve our cities and make them more livable and socially sustainable. The human experience is intrinsically tied to the places we inhabit. SPATIAL JUSTICE refers to the promotion of access to basic services, culture, economic opportunity and healthy environments through fair and inclusive spatial planning and management of urban and rural spaces. This is crucial in order to promote more equitable and fair societies and to promote the full realization of human potentials.