The DIDA Department of Architecture of the University of Florence and the Faculty of Environmental Design at the University of Montreal - with the participation of Giovanni De Paoli, Gonzalo Lizarralde, Danielle Labbé, Faten Kikano, Anne-Marie Petter - propose an International workshop inviting students, professors and researchers to reflect on the theme of “cities for refugees and migrants”. It will address the issue of territories’ and cities’ resilience to social changes, political changes and environmental changes: what are the new issues challenging the city today? Who will live in the city? How a "public city" could tackle cohesion in changes and migration? What are the possible forms of cohabitation?
The workshop will be held in Florence from 12 to 19 September.
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