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Designs for a refugee shelter rooftop - the urgent questions surrounding the shelter of refugees in cities

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In August 2019, a collaborative summer school between students at the University of Cambridge and the Technical University Berlin engaged with the protracted spatial issues refugee shelters face in Berlin. Participants were tasked with creating a temporary intervention on a rooftop terrace in an institutional shelter in Berlin.

In this event the students will present and facilitate open discussion about the outcomes of the project and the profound questions surrounding the presence of refugees in the urban fabric.

Tickets are free and available via Eventbrite https://refugee-rooftop-shelter.eventbrite.co.uk/

This talk is part of the The Centre for the Study of Global Human Movement series.

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