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Jabri, Mohammed (author)
Recent findings by the OECD highlight that a significant proportion of refugees in Europe possess high levels of education, often being overqualified for their roles. However, literature seldom addresses the unique challenges these highly educated refugees face when integrating into the labor market. This research examines the role of...
master thesis 2023
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Jansen, Jennifer (author)
This graduation project is conducted in collaboration with <b>the Dutch Council for Refugees</b>. It is a foundation that stands up for the refugees’ interests and helps them to build a new life in the Netherlands. In this project, it is researched how private housing (with a...
master thesis 2023
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Fransen, Sonja (author), Werntges, Anja (author), Hunns, Alexander (author), Sirenko, M. (author), Comes, M. (author)
Involuntary displacement from conflict and other causes leads to clustering of refugees and internally displaced people, often in long-term settlements. Within refugee-hosting countries, refugee settlements are frequently located in isolated and remote areas, characterized by poor-quality land and harsh climatic conditions. Yet, the exposure...
journal article 2023
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van der Kleij, Boaz (author)
The monthly number of non-western immigrants that applied for a status in the Netherlands has been constantly rising from 955 in May 2021 to 3590 in November 2021 (CBS, 2021). During the first period in the AZC, “newcomers” are purposely distanced from Dutch society. This has as an effect that when they finally get an official refugee status,...
master thesis 2022
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Bata, Fawzi (author)
Continued humanitarian crises have caused the amount of forcibly displaced people to increase rapidly in recent years, creating an urgent need for constructing adequate sheltering to house the displaced. Governments and international organizations attempt to accommodate the growing demands by subsidizing and mass producing temporary transitional...
master thesis 2022
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Jasionytė, Sandra (author)
(re)Displaced in City explores the link between architecture and human rights concerning newcomers’ (refugees, asylum seekers and irregular migrants) marginalization and degrading treatment in Paris. A specific focus is drawn on newcomers who have limited or no resources and are “trapped” in the complex bureaucratic system that limits access to...
master thesis 2022
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Demetriadou, Leto (author)
One of the main results of Cyprus’s contemporary conflict is the Cypriot refugee identity creation. The thesis focuses on the Cypriot refugee settlements created from 1976 to 1991, unraveling the formation of the Greek Cypriot refugee community through space. The thesis project questions how community-led spatial planning allows the Cypriot...
master thesis 2022
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Klimi, Myrto (author)
The fragmented urban landscape of the metropolitan area of Athen and Piraeus with its local specificities is strongly related to demographic flows. The arrival of more than 220.000 refugees in the metropolitan area of Athens and Piraeus after the Asia Minor Catastrophe and the population exchange that followed the Treaty of Lausanne posed the...
student report 2022
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Staničić, Aleksandar (author)
book chapter 2022
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Aylett-Bullock, Joseph (author), Gilman, Robert Tucker (author), Hall, Ian (author), Kennedy, David (author), Evers, Egmond Samir (author), Katta, Anjali (author), Ahmed, Hussien (author), Fong, Kevin (author), Comes, M. (author), Gaanderse, M.Q. (author)
The spread of infectious diseases such as COVID-19 presents many challenges to healthcare systems and infrastructures across the world, exacerbating inequalities and leaving the world's most vulnerable populations at risk. Epidemiological modelling is vital to guiding evidence-informed or data-driven decision making. In forced displacement...
journal article 2022
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van der Maas, Marcel (author)
In September 2020, camp Moria was completely destroyed by a fire. Due to European migration policy, the living conditions were abysmal, causing harm to refugees as well as the host community.<br/><br/>The aim of the project is to create a non-site specific architectural model, framework and strategy for a design of a refugee camp on how quality...
master thesis 2021
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Wilbrink, Felix (author)
Since the outbreak of COVID-19, far-reaching measures were introduced to isolate people and reduce the chance of transmission among people. In the Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh, the camps were locked down for months. As a result, economic dependencies between the refugees and host communities which were built in previous decades were cut...
master thesis 2021
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Determann, Pepijn (author)
The protagonist of this work is the rightless, displaced person - a population of individuals in transition, hidden like a shadow in the contemporary city. Departing from the active oppression of this considerable group from the fabric of the city and the ways in which architecture contributes to enclosing or dividing populations, this work...
master thesis 2021
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Elverding, Owen (author)
The project sets out to investigate what the architectural model could be like that offers shelter to parentless refugee children that now live in camps throughout Europe. To offer the children the prospect of a brighter future, the building sets out to create a safe and protective environment, one that allows them to withdraw and cope with...
master thesis 2021
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Hartman, Samuel (author)
In a world of rapidly rising numbers of forcibly displaced people, most refugee/IDP camps are designed as short-term shelter facility when no alternative is available. However, the average time a United Nations (UN) planned refugee camp functions, is seventeen years. This temporal disparity is not necessarily a problem on its own, however during...
master thesis 2021
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Alkateb, Alice (author)
The Netherlands experienced a large influx of refugees over the past years, which peaked in 2015. Many of these refugees have recently had their temporary residency extended into a permanent residency. In spite of this, there is a disproportionately high percentage of unemployment among refugees and many experience a lack of social and academic...
master thesis 2021
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PAPAEVANGELOU, ELENI (author)
Refugee camps’ design raises unique challenges. The populations that move to exile, are exposed, and often traumatized. The period of an emergency can not be defined most of the times, as well as the funds are likely to be deficient, and the design must also operate under constraints of both an institutional and pragmatic nature. This imposes...
student report 2021
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Klein Gunnewiek, Kato (author)
Refugee camps are considered temporal places, outside of the normal juridical order, in which people are waiting to restart their lives in a new place or return to their original homes. The Palestinian refugee camps, which have existed for almost 70 years now, challenges these conceptions. The development of the Jabal al-Hussein camp, one of the...
student report 2021
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Guarnieri, Francesca (author)
In the 1990s in the field of philanthropy by design there is a rise of two intertwined desires. First, a desire by architects to manifest their socio-political commitment in the problem-solving potential of architecture. Second, a desire by the humanitarian field to manifest its abstract ideal into architectural action by establishing new...
student report 2021
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Theriaga Gomes da Silva, Inês (author)
By the end of 2019, 79.5 million people were forcibly displaced worldwide and 26 million were refugees. Over the last years migration has become an urgent political issue in Europe and more people are moving and crossing country borders due to wars, poverty and political instability. Migration is currently one of the main driving forces in...
master thesis 2021
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