• Sustaining Peace in an Urban World. Presentation. UN HQ. December 2016
  • BLUE. Presentation. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. November 2016
  • Design and Activism. Contested territories and spaces of intervention. Lecture. Parsons. The New School. November 2016
  • Architecture of Peace. Course. Harvard GSD. Fall 2016
  • BLUE: Architecture of UN Peacekeeping Missions. Series of public events. Venice Architecture Biennale. May 2016
  • BLUE: Reporting from Mali. Lecture. HNI. April 2016
  • BLUE: ISLANDS IN CITIES. Workshop. Harvard GSD. March 2016
  • Architecture and Conflict. Lecture. University of Kentucky, Faculty of Architecture, Faculty of Geography. February 2016
  • Blue: Islands in Cities. Lecture. Global Peacekeeping Alliances, United Nations HQ. January 2016
  • Architecture and Conflict: The Unrecognized Villages in Israel. Lecture. The Cooper Union. November 2015
  • Architecture and Conflict. Lecture. Institute for Public Knowledge, NYU. November 2015
  • Architecture and Conflict: Visualizing Conflict and Design Interventions. Lecture. School of Architecture. Syracuse University. November 2015
  •  Design for Legacy. Design Studio. Visiting Critic. School of Architecture. Syracuse University. Fall 2015
  • The Legacy of  UN missions. Workshop. The New Institute. Rotterdam. January 2015
  • Bergen Book-fair. LectureAtlas of the Conflict, Israel-Palestine and Village, November 2014
  • Missions and Missionaries. Seminar curator. HNI, Rotterdam, November 2014
  • Retreat. Panel discussion. The second Istanbul Design Biennale, Istanbul, November 2014
  • Design Matters: Design & Conflict. Presentation, Pakhuis de Zwijger, Amsterdam, October 2014
  • The Good Cause. Lecture. Architecture Museum, TU Munich, October 2014
  • Activist Architecture. Roundtable discussion. Berlage school of architecture, Delft, November 2014
  • Design and Conflict and Controlled Space. Lecture. The Royal Academy of Art in Den Haag, September 2014
  • Political domesticities presentation and discussion with Joseph Grima, Stefano Boeri, Andrea Bagnato, Anna Puigjaner, September 2014, Architecture Biennale, Venice
  • The Drone Salon, seminar co-curator with Ethel Baraona and a lecture, The New Institute, Rotterdam, May 2014
  • 2014-1914 and the view from above. Drones and Honeycombs, Lecture, The New Institute, Rotterdam, May 2014
  • Architecture for peace. Openning discussion. Strom. Den Haag. May 2014
  • Legacy of the compound. Workshop initiator. FASCT with the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Development Aid and Defense. The New Institute, Rotterdam, Mar 2014
  • Into the wild. Blowup: Outer Space as Extreme Scenario, Lecture, V2 Institute, Rotterdam, 2013
  • Borders and politics, Isreal-Palestine. Lecture, GSD Harvard University, Apr 2013
  • Seamless Territory. Lecture, Studio-X, Columbia University, NYC, Apr 2013
  • Architecture and human rights. Lecture. ’Studio General’ Wageningen University, Jan 2012
  • History, collective memory and politics: engagement and architecture. Lecture. Capita Selecta. TU Delft, Dec 2011
  • Borders and territories. Lecture, Architecture Academy, Amsterdam, Nov 2011
  • The architecture of the Israeli – Palestine conflict. Special lectures series. Zuiderkerk. Amsterdam, Apr 2011
  • Eutopia and collective Memory. Public discussion. CBKU, Oct 2010
  • Urban Stories: Reading Cities. Learning from the South. Lecture, ETH. Zurich, Oct 2010
  • Atlas of the Conflict, Israel-Palestine. Lecture. Princeton University, Nov 2010
  • Atlas of the Conflict, Israel-Palestine. Studio Presentation. Cooper Union, Nov 2010
  • Productive disagreement Series. Public sidcussion and a book launch. Storefront for Art and Architecture. NYC, Nov 2010
  • The Smooth and the Striated. Lecture. Huizefrankendael, Amsterdam, July 2010
  • Mapping for change. Lecture. Mediamatic, Amsterdam, 2010
  • Jank edition of the Atlas of the Conflict, special edition. A lecture at Publication Studio. Portland, June 2010
  • Ideological planning. Toward Just Metropolis. Lecture, Berkeley University, June 2010
  • Green Zone Red Zone, Baghdad – The Hague. Exhibition, lecture and a publication. Gemak, Jan 2009
  • Faculties of architecture, archiphonix. Public interview and discussion. Dutch pavilion, Venice architecture biennial, Aug 2008
  • One Land and Platform Paradise. Curatorial of a series of public events, exhibitions and seminars in Ein Hawd, Israel with Dan Graham, Yona Friedman, Petra Blaisse, Rebecca Gomperts, Berend Strik, Matthijs Bouw, Gianluigi Ricuperati, Joseph Grima, Maddalena Bregani, Debra Solomon, Sharif Waked, Ali Kazma, Tomas Saraceno, Map Office, Noga Inbar and Zvi Efrat
  • Unrecognized Arab Villages, or the fate of third rate citizens. Lecture ABC Three, Amsterdam, Nov 2007
  • World Up. Rebellious Cartography. Lecture. FEST, Architecture festival in Sardinia, Italy. Jun 2007
  • Planning as Criminal Act. Urbicidi segregador o urbanisme integrador. Lecture, Barcelona, Spain, Jun 2007
  • The politics of mapping. Lecture. RWTH Aachen, Germany, May 2007
  • Resourcefulness, developing alternative planning strategies in Post Soviet landscape. Lecture. The State Academy of Fine Arts, Tbilisi, Georgia, Mar 2007
  • Displacement and reconstruction in the South Caucasus. Lecture, Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam, Feb 2007
  • Reconstruction of Memory, on Cultural Heritage and its institutions, the history and future development of Lifta, a ghost village in West Jerusalem. Initiating and curating the seminar. With the participation of Eitan Bronstein (Zochrot, Tel Aviv), Zvi Efrat (Bezalel architecture faculty Jerusalem), Khaldun Bshara (Riwaq, Ramallah), Ciraj Rassool (District 6 Museum, Cape Town), Shmuel Groag (LSE, masterplanner Lifta), Andrew Herscher (architect, ass. prof. University of Michigan, UN negotiator in Kosovo), Ya’akub Udah (Palestinian refugee, born in Lifta)
  • One Land Two Systems architecture competition. Jury meeting of the masterplan for Ein Hawd competition. Amsterdam, Jan 2006
  • One Land Two Systems on the discriminatory planning mechanism in Israel and Palestine. Seminar. Initiating and curating. With  the participation of Eyal Weizman, Zvi Elhayani, Muhammad Abu el Hayja, Sandi Kedar, Sandy Hillal, Oren Yiftachel, Muhammad abu Dauf, Petra Blaisse and Aaron Betsky, De Balie, Amsterdam, Feb 2006
  • An alternative masterplan for Ein Hawd, workshop initiator and conductor, Ein Hud, Israel, Aug 2006
  • Archive of Displacement. Lecture. Mozeshuis, Amsterdam, Dec 2005
  • Planning the AEL Headquarter in Antwerp workshop. INDESEM. Teaching. TU Delft, Jun 2005
  • Planning a refugee camp workshop. Teaching with Carl Weeber. Bezalel Academy, Jerusalem, Jun 2005
  • One Land Two Systems. Launch of an architecture competition. With the participation of  Michiel Schwarz, Anil Ramdas, Muhammad Abu El Hayja, Jeff Halper, Eyal Weizman, Sandy Kedar and Ole Bouman. Jun 2004