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  • It is about bringing people together, offering a bit of joy and highlighting important issues and problems in the society!  Click here for the Guardian article! Cover screenshot – The Guardian       Screenshot: The Guardian
  • *co-housing, collaborative housing, cooperative housing, …. housing projects based on community development. Many actors of the issue “refugee and migrant inclusion and integration in welcoming societies” believe that co-housing projects would be an ideal way of living together in our cities. This “CURANT” project aims to bring newcomers and locals together in co-housing buildings and communities. This project is only in its starting phase, but it worths it to be followed. There are several co-housing

  • While we talk about refugee issues, we talk more and more about open cities and inclusive societies. We try to understand what does an open society, open city mean. Open cities could welcome refugees and include them in their structure. It would be an amazing development in the whole “refugee” world. We wouldn’t talk any more about refugees and non-refugees, but we would talk about societies and cities for all. This article “Open City? –

  • When we got to know the amazing work of Rizvi Hassan and co. we hardly believed what we saw. They designed and built several amazing community spaces for Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh. Since then, their projects were luckily published on almost all the most relevant architecture platforms. Check the project on Archdaily here: CLICK Cover photo ©Rizvi Hassan

  • “It is not every day that academics plant trees, paint pavements, or install park benches. But that is exactly what I, and other researchers from the Institute for Global Prosperity (IGP) and other parts of UCL, did when we recently completed a project in Bar Elias, a refugee-hosting town in Lebanon’s Beqaa Valley.” writes H. Baumann and J. Dabaj in their article about their participatory planning project in Bar Elias, Lebanon. – https://blogs.ucl.ac.uk/dpublog/2019/11/12/how-research-creates-more-inclusive-spaces-bar-elias-lebanon/?fbclid=IwAR0viXqmPlvtqnaFlwWKVIEIF4sXiIpaUwJ2n8lbiuz9-qg92oReDJWExJc  

  • We are running a super important project! You know that, right?! “Architecture is a Human Right” – in collaboration with the Emergency Architecture & Human Rights and the world-architects, we have a MANIFESTO and much more! Check it on the world-architects page! We run a “weekly” Facebook LIVE Discussion on this topic to discuss with our guests what does this mean for them?! How do they see the role of architecture, …?! Tomorrow, so on

  • In collaboration with the Emergency Architecture & Human Rights, The Syria Fund, Helping Refugee Jordan and the Nashmiyat Al-Badiyah NGOs, we are building a school campus for refugee and local kids in the village of Azraq, Jordan. On the 7th of June, 2018 we are having an offline crowdfunding campaign to inform the participants about our project and to collect money for the finances. You can find the Event’s link HERE! We also run an online

  • Check this short video by the Emergency Architecture & Human Rights! They built a school in the village of Za’atari, Jordan to host educational programs for refugees, Syrian refugees and Jordanians. They “100 classrooms & football fields” project aims to build 99 more classrooms in the Middle East and in North Africa. We have just partnered up with them to build the second school. This project will be a bigger one, more like a school

  • “More than 3.5 million refugee children aged 5 to 17 did not have the chance to attend school in the last academic year, UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, says in a report released today.” – says this report by the UNHCR! Education is a huge issue if we talk about refugees and children. Kids are the future and we have to support them! This is the very reason why we also started to collaborate with

  • We have just teamed up with the Emergency Architecture & Human Rights to build 99 more classrooms and football fields for refugee and host communities in the Middle East and North Africa! Check the “100 classrooms and football fields” project and support our work!  

  • Please check our Swiss team’s Webpage! You can find many important information about their work. In German and some materials already in English too. CLICK HERE FOR THE Architecture for Refugees SCHWEIZ WEBPAGE!!!

  • Wir nehmen auch teil am 7. FORUM der Schweizer Wohnbaugenossenschaften! Join us! Architecture for Refugees SCHWEIZ – STANDNUMMER 17.

    Europaplatz 1, 6005 Luzern, Switzerland
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  • Join us! Facebook EVENT – CLICK Check English text below! Was passiert? / What’s on? In der Stadt existieren zahlreiche Organisationen und Einzelpersonen, die sich ehrenamtlich für Flüchtlinge engagieren. Ihre Arbeit und ihr sozialer Einsatz sind eine wertvolle Hilfe, die allerdings für die Augen der Einheimischen meist unsichtbar und unbekannt ist. Am 24. September soll die Bevölkerung der Stadt Zürich über den Kredit für den Bau des neuen Bundesasylzentrums auf dem Duttweiler-Areal in Zürich West

    Duttweilerstrasse 5, 8005 Zürich, Switzerland
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    To some, providing protected natural spaces is to provide a purely environmental or recreational facility, and within the US are rarely considered a piece of transportation infrastructure. However, their role as a transportation network can be essential for refugees and other migrants. A recent article from High Country News (“The Pacific Crest Trail’s shadow hikers”, June 2017) identifies the overlap between hiking infrastructure in the western US and necessary migration routes for refugees and other migrant populations. The Pacific

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    This summer, TU Berlin will be offering a summer design-build studio from July 10-21st that will focus on designing with the residents of the refugee co-housing space called Sharehaus Refugio. From the program site: “This summer school will be working for and with the Sharehouse Refugio in Berlin. This is a community living project where refugees, students, artists and others live and work together. This community will be our clients for this DesignBuild project. The clients

  • “A new exhibit at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art is devoted to constructive responses to the world’s natural disasters … In the entrance wing of the Tel Aviv Museum of Art’s new building you can currently find a white, 17.5-square-meter structure. It’s made of a metal frame covered with semi-solid walls, and it has four windows, a high ceiling and a lockable door. Inside there’s a lamp installed that draws power from the sun

    Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel
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  • “Delays on important paperwork from Government departments and a ‘cliff-edge’ of support following positive decisions on refugee status leading people into destitution, research shows Refugees in the UK are being consigned to hunger and homelessness immediately after they are granted asylum, a report has found, in what has been described as a “timely wake-up call” about the plight of refugees seeking sanctuary in the UK. …” What could architects do? Architects against Homelessness! Check this article by the

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  • “Refugee camps are established with the intention of being demolished. As a paradigmatic representation of political failure, they are meant to have no history and no future; they are meant to be forgotten. The history of refugee camps are constantly erased, dismissed by states, humanitarian organizations, …” For the FULL ARTICLE CLICK HERE!

    Dheisha
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  • Market Share “Empowering immigrants and refugees through food entrepreneurship” http://www.seattleweekly.com/news/one-mans-plan-to-turn-king-street-station-into-an-immigrant-culinary-hub/

    Seattle, WA, USA
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  • If you’re a super cool person and want to help refugees settle in your city and feel home, join Rania and the AFR team to bring this book to every city and in the hands of as many refugees as possible. “This is Home” is an infographic guiding book that assists refugees resettling in Seattle, Washington learn about their new neighborhood. The design intent was to provide refugees with basic, but often over-looked, information that

    Seattle, WA, USA
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  •   Forced out of their homes, losing everything they owned, refugees settled in new countries, not knowing the first thing about life in some of these places. They need to learn new language, new culture while coping with trauma. Refugees settle in the United States receive limited assistance from the federal government for the first 90 days of their arrival. Often times, refugees are forced to learn the essentials of life on their own. People

    Seattle, WA 98109, USA
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  • For cities and countries reacting to the arrival of many refugees, building transportation systems that serve them can be difficult; refugee settlements have traditionally been assumed to be temporary, and sometimes exist outside the core of an urban area where traditional transportation networks are strongest. In spite of this, refugee communities, NGOs, and local non-profits have created informal transportation systems that promote personal agency and freedom of mobility. This project will collect stories, interviews, and

  • Our Architecture for Refugees SCHWEIZ team in Switzerland is doing many things on a local scale! They organise events, write articles, collaborate with the different stakeholders on workshops, …! Check their work on the Architecture for Refugees SCHWEIZ page. CLICK HERE for their Facebook page!

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  • AfR OPEN SOURCE ONLINE PLATFORM Feel free to upload your materials!!! How to Post on the Architecture for Refugees Platform www.architectureforrefugees.com Registration New contributors to the Architecture for Refugees platform will need to register for a new account and be approved by moderators. To begin this process, locate the small triangular button in the top right corner of the page. Once your registration has been accepted, this will also be the place to log-in. We

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    Mexico City Like the Digital Matatus Project in Nairobi, this mapping project run by Mapatón CDMX used smartphone-based GPS tools to allow drivers in the peseros informal transit system to input route data to a system-wide database. Event organizers also associated prizes with the collection of route data, and used the point-calculation system to encourage data collection in areas with low smartphone usage. The city government has been an enthusiastic partner in this project, and as of last

    Mexico City, CDMX, Mexico
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  • Because refugees within the U.S. most frequently settle in larger urban areas, the transportation needs of refugees can be incorporated into those metro areas’ existing public transit needs analyses and service plans. However, in rural areas of the U.S., transit service is less accessible and automobile reliance is much higher, making the needs of refugees particularly difficult to serve. Paul Bose’s 2011 study examines the adjustments social service agencies must make in Vermont, a rural state with

    Vermont, USA
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  • Map of matatu network, from DigitalMatatus.com Though not explicitly designed around refugee camps, the data collection and processing tactics of the Digital Matatus project (run by MIT, the University of Nairobi, Columbia University and Groupshot) has the potential to be useful for other informal urban systems. The team worked with drivers in the semi-formal matatu transit system to collect route data using mobile phone GPS technology. The team was then able to generate stylized maps

    Nairobi, Kenya
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  • Please check our BOOK’s crowdfunding campaign and contribute to produce and publish this very needed KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER book. https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/architecture-for-refugees-01-from-field-to-field-book–2/x/14324935#/  

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  • “It’s a global project to welcome people who’ve been living in the streets for the last few months …” by Julien Beller from the video. For the VIDEO click HERE!

  • “We collected the best stories on refugees from 2016, as selected by refugee and migration experts and the editors of Refugees Deeply.” by Refugees Deeply Check the stories HERE!

  • The Finnish exhibition called From Border to Home presented temporary accommodation proposals for just-arrived asylum seekers awaiting a decision on their refugee status. There were several pavilions which will also discussed the situation! READ MORE ON DEEZEN >>>  

    Venice, Italy
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  • “Kenya’s third biggest city, after Nairobi and Mombasa, is not a city at all but a refugee camp – the world’s largest. This year the Dadaab refugee complex is 25 years old: young for a city, but old for a camp that was only ever supposed to be a temporary sanctuary. …” READ Ben Rawlence Article HERE! >>> An aerial view of the Dagahaley camp, part of a sprawling urban slum in the middle of

    Dadaab, Kenya
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  • “The problem with a tent is that when you use it you throw it away, so it’s money that melts,” said Aravena during a lecture at the University of East London (UEL) last week. “It’s a pity to waste and throw away money.” READ THE INTERVIEW ON DEEZEN >>> This housing complex by Alejandro Aravena’s studio Elemental was designed to provide 70 low-cost homes in Mexico

  •   “Throughout Syria’s four-year war, many of the country’s ancient monuments and artifacts have been demolished by ISIS and Syrian bombs targeted at Islamic militants. In August, ISIS destroyed Palmyra, one of the most important cultural centers in the world. Yet a group of Syrian refugee artists in Jordan, with the support of the United Nations and Internal Relief and Development, have been salvaging some memories of their country’s destroyed artifacts. Since November 2014, these

  • Watch the video about the BUILD PROJECT IN CALAIS! “In January 2016, evictions commenced in the Calais ‘Jungle’ refugee camp. A plot of land within the contained area was negotiated and cleared by Acted (NGO) for Medecins Sans Frontieres and shared with grassroots charity groups on which more fit-for-purpose shelters could be built to house some of those residents displaced by the 100m perimeter zone clearance. This is one such building project, by the Brighton

    Calais, France
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  • “You are a refugee, you’re given a tarpaulin but you need the innovative ReciproBoo Shelter Kit to make a dignified, strong and safe shelter  The ReciproBoo Shelter Kit (RSK) is an innovation in shelter construction developed in response to the urgent need of refugees and displaced families worldwide to be able to build  a dignified shelter.  The RSK won the Aid Innovation Challenge Award at Aidex in 2015.” FOR THE VIDEO CLICK HERE >>> Full data

  • VIDEO about self-build refugee shelter construction

  • “When I first heard about the Calais jungle and all these people living in tents last September, I recall one of my first thoughts being, how on earth are these people going to live through the winter? They’ll freeze themselves to death. Six months ago I undertook a reckless mission with CamCRAG to help the refugees in the Jungle camp in Calais, not knowing what to expect, or even what I’d end up doing. Arriving

    Calais, France
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  • Watch the VIDEO ABOUT Playground for refugee children “In most of the refugee camps there is no designated areas to play, relax and make new friends which increases the risk of accentuated boredom, anxiety, hostility and anger and can lead to severe behavioral and developmental problems. We want to bring these children hope. We want to build a safe space to play, an area to call their own where they can express themselves in a safe

    Dunkirk, France
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  • “ASF INT was founded as a result of an increased inte rest in social and environmental issues in relation to the built environment and dissatisfaction with ethical standards of mainstream architecture. It’s member organisations and signatories of the Hasselt Charter are listed here: Members Worldwide.” Informations from: www.asfint.org JOIN TO THEM ON FACEBOOK >>>

    247 Rue Saint-Jacques, 75005 Paris, France
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  • by CLAUDIA MARTINEZ MANSELL “Start with the obvious: not all refugee camps are the same. The experiences of some 60 million people — “one in every 122 humans,” according to the United Nations 1 — cannot be generalized. They live in tarp shelters, tents, shipping containers, or concrete buildings; in formal settlements administered by the UN, or in makeshift camps on the urban fringe. They are refugees, asylum seekers, stateless, internally displaced. Around the world,

    Palestine, Lebanon
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  • The Museum of Modern Art hosted a new show on the global refugee crisis. READ MORE on CITYLAB! Tobias Hutzler, “Nizip II, container camp” (2014). (MoMA) Featured image: Brendan Bannon, “Ifo 2, Dadaab Refugee Camp” (2011). (MoMA)

    53W53, 53 W 53rd St, New York, NY 10019, USA
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  • “CALAIS ACTION is a grass roots giving movement, supported by a network of volunteers who aim to provide support to those in Calais and Europe and raise awareness of the growing humanitarian crisis currently occurring. In August 2015 Libby Freeman established the group to support the growing refugee crisis in mainland Europe. Returning from her first visit to Calais to take donations to ‘The Jungle’ Libby felt more needed to be done to support the

    Calais, France
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  • “Organised by Orange House Studio, the aim of this exhibition is to discuss problems and possibilities for “urban living environments” with local residents, through experimental studies and creations in traditional urban villages known as “Kampung” in Surabaya, Indonesia. Diverse people from Surabaya and other cities in Indonesia, such as designers, artists, residents of Kampungs, students, and professionals will work together to create new relationships between spaces and peopleʼs activities in Kampungs. The event consists of

    Surabaya, Surabaya City, East Java, Indonesia
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  • READ ABOUT Emergency Lab on UNHCR’s website BY JOHN WARNES, EMERGENCY LAB TECHNOLOGY OFFICER, FEBRUARY 26, 2016

  • ‘The refugee problem is a foreshadowing of the 21st century’s great migration’ “On the other hand, it is important that, in solidarity movements which are organised throughout the world for refugees from South East Asia, the differences of historical and political situations are not taken into account. This does not mean that we could remain indifferent to historical and political analyses of the refugee issue, but in an emergency what should be done is to save

  • Conversation recorded with Merve Bedir in Ljubljana on February 20, 2016. CLICK HERE TO HEAR THE CONVERSATION >>> “This conversation addresses an important aspect of Merve Bedir’s work (along with Jason Hilgefort at Land+Civilization Compositions) regarding the architectural and linguistic dimension of Turkish politics regarding the 2.5 million refugees the country currently “hosts” — the very notions of “host” and “guest” are the first things discussed here. Through the description of several sites of either appropriation

  • CAMPing in the CITY! For more informations about the workshop in Barcelona CLICK HERE >>>

    Barcelona, Spain
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  • CAMPing – Beyond Architecture a project and lecture series by Architecture for Refugees – CHECK ON FACEBOOK >>> We are writing a summary about the “CAMPing in Tirana – DIY Educational Spaces for Everybody” workshop which was held during the TAW (Tirana Architecture Weeks). Check the participants’ individual goals! by Architecture for Refugees

  • You can find pictures and informations about Tirana Architecture Weeks on TAW FACEBOOK PAGE!  

    Tirana, Albania
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  • Some of those stranded in a Jordanian refugee camp say they would rather wait to return to their homeland. The 80,000 Syrian refugees in Zaatari survive in cramped, thin-walled homes with intermittent electricity [Inna Lazareva/Al Jazeera] “Zaatari refugee camp, Jordan –  Though they both spend their days in the Zaatari refugee camp, share the same country of origin and even have the same first name, Ahmed and Ahmed could not be more different. Ahmed, 33,

    Zaatari Village, Jordan
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  • They can help. We can help. YOU CAN HELP! ABOUT HELP REFUGEES: “We are currently living in a refugee crisis unseen since the Second World War. The UN estimates that 63.5 million people are now refugees, seeking asylum, or internally displaced. Help Refugees is a grassroots humanitarian organisation initially formed in September 2015 in response to the humanitarian crisis unfolding in Calais. It began as a social media campaign started by a group of friends hoping to raise £1,000 and drive a van

  • DO YOU KNOW the ICOON Initiative?  “ICOON for refugees is a free picture dictionary and android app. It is created in cooperation with aid organisations, like the German Red Cross. Both the book and the app are designed especially for the needs of refugees and help them make themselves understood quickly in every possible situation. Each euro donated allows us to print one book.” CHECK THEIR WEBSITE >>>

    Berlin, Germany
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  • “Modernist designer Enzo Mari has given Berlin-based CUCULA the rights to redesign and sell his Autoprogettazione furniture to raise funds for its refugee support programme (+ slideshow).” READ MORE ON  dezeen >>>

    Berlin, Germany
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  • The Ratio of Architects to Inhabitants Around the World Read the article on archdaily!  

  • Three interesting Opinion about the relation between architecture and refugee crisis. CLICK FOR MORE and read on deezen! “Designers cannot just stand by and watch as the refugee crisis unfolds” “Treating the refugee crisis as a design problem is problematic” “The architectural community cannot remain apathetic to Calais’ Jungle and the refugee crisis”

  • DO YOU REMEMBER? “Carrying the The Olympic Games torch for refugees everywhere. Please watch and share this special moment from yesterday in Athens, when Syrian refugee Ibrahim helped the torch on its road to Rio 2016. Yesterday, Ibrahim’s dream came true, and for the first time this summer, a refugee team will compete under the Olympic flag. Learn more: http://www.unhcr.org/571fb1c56.html” Source: UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency’s facebook Ibrahim Al Hussein was mobbed by fellow refugees

    Athens, Greece
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  • Do you know the “Borderfree a Association” ? CHECK their Community kitchen tent in Idomeni on FACEBOOK!

    Idomeni 614 00, Greece
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  • Our AfR CH team visited the “TWS Zihlacker” housing units for asylum seekers – refugees in Zürich. For further photos CLICK HERE!

    Birchstrasse, 8052 Zürich, Switzerland
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  • Our AfR CH team visited the “TWS Leutschenbach” housing units for asylum seekers – refugees in Zürich. For further photos CLICK HERE!

    Leutschenbachstrasse 46, 8050 Zürich, Switzerland
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  • Our AfR CH team visited a housing development for refugees in Zürich. Next to these units there are several other container buildings for offices and art ateliers. For further photos CLICK HERE!

    Birnbaumstrasse 15, 8050 Zürich, Switzerland
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  • Our team in Switzerland maps all the refugee “housing” + units to show how many centres and projects are all around the country. The refugee crisis isn’t over. Integration, intercultural discussions and many other programs – spaces are more than needed! For the google map CLICK HERE!

    Switzerland
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  • Our AfR CH team visited a housing development for refugees in Zürich. Next to these units there are several other container buildings for offices and art ateliers. Check the photos on the AfR CH FACEBOOK PAGE: CLICK HERE

    Aargauerstrasse 16, 8048 Zürich, Switzerland
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  • Hello Wood is a profoundly democratic opportunity to connect different generations, designers and artists with various cultural, academic and professional backgrounds. details: www.hellowood.eu We are waiting the Project of the year 2017!!!

    Budapest, Hungary
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  • CHECK ASF’s Challenging Practice Programs “Challenging Practice is an independent-learning programme that seeks to enable built environment professionals to engage reflexively with the challenges of international development in the urban global Sout”  

  • Seee the pictures of a fantastic workshop dealing with the refugee crisis: “Challenging Practice – Designing inclusion for refugees and migrants in cities”

    Workshop by Architecture Sans Frontières-UK Photos by Bence Komlósi from Architecture for Refugees

    Majorca, Balearic Islands, Spain
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  • CHECK THE WEBSITE OF PRISHTINA ARCHITECTURE WEEK  

    Prishtina
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  • mapfugees’s MISSION: “In collaboration with refugees we create detailed, multi-lingual maps of the refugee camps in Grande-Synthe and Calais to improve the delivery of aid and services and the safety and comfort of the residents.”

    Take a look at the camps of Grande-Synthe and Calais to see them growing every day!

  • IF YOU ARE IN LONDON, DEFENETELY MUST PARTICIPATE TO THE EVENT- Refugees and the crisis of responsibility DESCRIPTION This lecture focuses on the dominant visual culture around the recent ‘refugees crisis’ in Europe. Drawing on a typology of relevant images across media, it maps out the field of visibility within which refugees become perceptible to European publics and examines the distinct forms of responsibility, which the refugees are associated with (monitorial, affective, activist, post-humanitarian). In conclusion, it

    University of Westminster - Regent Campus, Fitzrovia, London W1W, UK
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  • “This is an excerpt from the Humanitarian Innovation Project’s recently released report: Refugee Innovation: Humanitarian innovation that starts with communities. This report highlights and showcases some of the innovative capacities of crisis-affected communities.” READ THE EXCERPT  BY ALEXANDER BETTS, LOUISE BLOOM AND NINA WEAVER – (HUMANITARIAN INNOVATION PROJECT)   Photo credit: Grace Cahill/Oxfam

  • Watch the video about Dunkirk family centre project on Brighton shelter build project’s facebook page!

    Dunkirk, France
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  • You can read in issuu the Architectural Atlas of Calais Jungle  – in french!

    Calais, France
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  • CHECK More Than Shelters Organisation’s WEBSITE HERE! MTS’s Mission on facebook: “The objective of MORE THAN SHELTERS is to create a individual home for people who have been forced to an emergency situation and give them the opportunity to help themselves. MORE THAN SHELTERS aims to create a humane habitat for refugees and residents of informal settlements and encourage those concerned to actively shape their own future. For a dignified life, even in situations of

    Hamburg, Germany
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  • Architecture for Refugees presentation on the Architecture Sans Frontier GA 2016 in Palma de Mallorca is available on facebook! Check it! Take it! Share it!

    Palma, Balearic Islands, Spain
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  • JOIN Calais – People to People Solidarity – Action from UK’s facebook group! HELP if you can!

    United Kingdom
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  • Ljubljana, Slovenia
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  • Read stories about Grande-Synthe camp HERE>>>

    Grande-Synthe, France
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  • WATCH THE VIDEO ABOUT AFR by Bence Komlósi  – Future Architecture Matchmaking Conference, Ljubljana 2016 Open source online platform to collect and share knowledge on “refugee architecture”. The “Architecture for Refugees” is an open source online platform which collects and shares questions, problems, ideas and solutions dealing with the architectural aspects of the current refugee crisis on the European and global scale. In our modern society information and the access to knowledge are key values. Creating

    Ljubljana, Slovenia
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  • CHECK THE FACEBOOK PAGE of ‘Brighton Shelter Build Project’ Non-Profit Organization in Brighton, United Kingdom

    Source of the pictures: facebook galery

    Brighton, UK
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