From the perspective of architecture and design, the migration crisis must go beyond the simple humanitarian impulse, argues Urban-Think Tank.
Seattle architect Rania Qawasma has created an award-winning guide for refugees navigating day-to-day life in American cities.
Fearful of Being Seen as Neutral in Turbulent Times, Cultural Institutions Are Striking an Activist Stance
The internal responsibility for an institution to respond is equally met by the very real external pressures generated by what is going on in society.
Alex Aleinikoff, incoming director of the Zolberg Institute of Migration and Mobility at the New School for Social Resource, hopes to bring together the worlds of social research and design.
"Samara" is leveraging the apartment sharing site’s community for good works—from boosting the economy of a Japanese town to providing pathways to legal work for refugees in Jordan.
For America’s legacy cities, refugees would not only boost economies but enrich the lives of residents.
Anna Terrón, an expert in immigration politics, offers her thoughts on how European cities can best accommodate refugees.
The refugee crisis, globalization's drawbacks, and novel health-care delivery systems were all themes at Dutch Design Week 2015.