10th March 2018

UNHCR report highlights education crisis for refugee children

“More than 3.5 million refugee children aged 5 to 17 did not have the chance to attend school […]
20th August 2017

Duttweilerfest! – 9. September – Zürich

Join us! Facebook EVENT – CLICK Check English text below! Was passiert? / What’s on? In der Stadt […]
6th July 2017
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Trails and Parks as Migration Infrastructure

To some, providing protected natural spaces is to provide a purely environmental or recreational facility, and within the […]
28th April 2017

Refugees arriving in UK immediately becoming homeless once they’re granted asylum, report finds

“Delays on important paperwork from Government departments and a ‘cliff-edge’ of support following positive decisions on refugee status leading people into […]
1st March 2017
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More on Formalizing Informal Transit

Mexico City Like the Digital Matatus Project in Nairobi, this mapping project run by Mapatón CDMX used smartphone-based GPS tools […]
22nd February 2017

Refugee Transportation Needs in Rural America

Because refugees within the U.S. most frequently settle in larger urban areas, the transportation needs of refugees can […]
24th January 2017

Architecture for Refugees 01 – From Field to Field BOOK

Please check our BOOK’s crowdfunding campaign and contribute to produce and publish this very needed KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER book. […]
9th January 2017

Must-Read Stories on Refugees From 2016

“We collected the best stories on refugees from 2016, as selected by refugee and migration experts and the […]
12th December 2016

Refugee tents are a waste of money, says Alejandro Aravena

“The problem with a tent is that when you use it you throw it away, so it’s money […]
5th December 2016

Architecture Sans Frontiers International

“ASF INT was founded as a result of an increased inte rest in social and environmental issues in […]
5th December 2016

Camp Code – How to navigate a refugee settlement

by CLAUDIA MARTINEZ MANSELL “Start with the obvious: not all refugee camps are the same. The experiences of […]
5th December 2016

Calais Action

“CALAIS ACTION is a grass roots giving movement, supported by a network of volunteers who aim to provide […]
30th November 2016

Meet the Syrian refugees who do not dream of Europe

Some of those stranded in a Jordanian refugee camp say they would rather wait to return to their […]
30th November 2016

Help Refugees

They can help. We can help. YOU CAN HELP! ABOUT HELP REFUGEES: “We are currently living in a […]
30th November 2016

Enzo Mari grants Berlin refugee organisation rights to reproduce his furniture

“Modernist designer Enzo Mari has given Berlin-based CUCULA the rights to redesign and sell his Autoprogettazione furniture to raise funds for its refugee […]
30th November 2016

INTERESTING: inhabitants / 1 architect

The Ratio of Architects to Inhabitants Around the World Read the article on archdaily!  
17th March 2017

Refugee Heritage – Refugee camps are established with the intention of being demolished

“Refugee camps are established with the intention of being demolished. As a paradigmatic representation of political failure, they […]
15th March 2017

Call for Volunteers (Guiding Book Project)

If you’re a super cool person and want to help refugees settle in your city and feel home, […]
12th December 2016

Story of cities #44: will Dadaab, the world’s largest refugee camp, really close?

“Kenya’s third biggest city, after Nairobi and Mombasa, is not a city at all but a refugee camp […]
30th November 2016

Meet the Syrian refugees who do not dream of Europe

Some of those stranded in a Jordanian refugee camp say they would rather wait to return to their […]
8th November 2016

mapfugees’s MISSION: “In collaboration with refugees we create detailed, multi-lingual maps of the refugee camps in Grande-Synthe and […]
25th October 2016

A castle in a refugee camp

Refugees in Sherkole, in the Benishangul-Gumuz region of Ethiopia, live in shelters predominantly built by NRC and other […]
20th October 2016

Using GIS technology to map shelter allocation in Azraq refugee camp

READ about key management system for shelters in Azraq! Source: BY UNHCR INNOVATION, JANUARY 15, 2015
18th October 2016

Building Support through Shelter

Join the group Building Support through Shelter!  Their goals: “We are hoping to create safe shelters for refugees. […]
18th October 2016

Call for support – Citizen science in a refugee camp

Check the “Citizen science in a refugee camp” – balloon mapping project by Claudia Martinez Mansell! “This project centers […]
12th October 2016

Inside Dunkirk’s new refugee camp

A purpose-built camp offers refugees a sense of relief, but for how long?, asks Sarah Shearman. READ the […]
11th October 2016

Why isn’t the profession seeing refugee camps as architectural projects?

“What is stopping architects from looking at solutions to the current refugee crisis? Is it a problem with […]
10th October 2016

School in Exile

“Since the first appearance of Palestinian refugee camps after the Nakba, the Arabic term to indicates the exile […]