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Humanitarians and architects can fail to find a common language, characterising each other in schematic terms. It is time to bridge the divide and encourage greater collaboration between these professions. By learning from each other’s way of thinking they may also become more relevant to displaced people seeking shelter.

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Type

Forced Migration Review

Publisher

Refugee Studies Centre

Publication Date

20/06/2017

Volume

55

Pages

67 - 68

Keywords

forced migration, shelter, displacement, refugees