Posts Tagged: Right to the city

A Global History of IBA-1984/87

My review of Esra Akcan’s Open Architecture: Migration, Citizenship and the Urban Renewal of Berlin-Kreuzberg by IBA – 1984/87 (Birkhäuser, 2018) A humanist trajectory “Writing this book, I often felt like a weaver, interlacing stories of distinct individuals from different

A Global History of IBA-1984/87

My review of Esra Akcan’s Open Architecture: Migration, Citizenship and the Urban Renewal of Berlin-Kreuzberg by IBA – 1984/87 (Birkhäuser, 2018) A humanist trajectory “Writing this book, I often felt like a weaver, interlacing stories of distinct individuals from different

TOWARDS INTERSECTIONAL JUSTICE

Unbuilding structures of oppressionMaking space for inclusive, empowering and reparative practices This is the fourth of a series of online events by ECOWEEK, an NGO with the mission to change people’s habits and promote sustainability. The 48-hours virtual event will

TOWARDS INTERSECTIONAL JUSTICE

Unbuilding structures of oppressionMaking space for inclusive, empowering and reparative practices This is the fourth of a series of online events by ECOWEEK, an NGO with the mission to change people’s habits and promote sustainability. The 48-hours virtual event will

Habitat III and the Right to the City

Published on Domusweb On 10 December 1948, the General Assembly of the young United Nations (whose foundations were laid in 1942 with a wartime document that prefigured objectives centred on peace and security) approved and proclaimed the Universal Declaration of

Habitat III and the Right to the City

Published on Domusweb On 10 December 1948, the General Assembly of the young United Nations (whose foundations were laid in 1942 with a wartime document that prefigured objectives centred on peace and security) approved and proclaimed the Universal Declaration of