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HUBweek 2018: Creating Resilient Communities Through War and Disaster

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Join HUBweek's Media Stage for a presentation looking at growing human migration and displacement due to violence, famine, and persecution, and in anticipation of the foreseeable migration of climate refugees, globally and nationally. Our aim is to make visible the voices, movements and activities of those living in at risk neighborhoods, temporary encampments, or other impermanent “permanent” shelters due to these factors in Boston, Haiti, Lebanon, and more. According to the UNHCR, the average stay of refugees in temporary encampments is now 27 years.

Moderator:

Michael McHugh
Open Architecture Collaborative (OAC)

Speakers:

Rob Freni
Director of Architecture, Build Health International (BHI)

Natasha Espada AIA, LEED BD+C
Principal, STUDIO ENÉE architects

Patricia Seitz AIA
Professor and Head of Graduate Architecture Program, MassArt

The Boston Society of Architects/AIA (BSA) is presenting this showcase between Open Architecture Collaborative Boston (OAC); resilientSEE; Syria Initiative for Refugee Children; and Build Health International (BHI)

Earlier Event: September 26
Metropolis Think Tank Discussion
Later Event: October 21
OAC Boston 5K