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  • May 13, 2013
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Every year Architecture for Humanity staff, design fellows, chapter members and volunteers work on structures that impact the lives of tens of thousands of people around the world.

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  • May 07, 2013
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We Think You Should See  This: The crew of Manica Football for Hope Center upon receipt of certificates for completing a structure made from Compressed Earth  Blocks
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Keyword: Resilience. Our greatest challenge moving forward is bringing our international network in touch with the skills and resources they'll need for a sustainable (and resilient) future.

We're taking architecture to the street, the steering committee, the city hall and the capitol – because it will take a range of approaches, skills, and even generations, to see positive change happen where it's most needed. An informed community is one thing - an empowered community is quite another, and we're building tools and networks for whatever interventions are needed to make our built environment worthy of the 21st Century.

Find out how this gets done in this month's newsletter – and Thank You for helping make it all happen.

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • May 07, 2013
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Architecture for Humanity Toronto
2013 Lecture & Symposium Series

Sergio Palleroni; Co-founder and Director of the BaSiC Initiative

May 21st, 2013
6:30 – 8:00 PM
The Centre for Social Innovation Annex, 720 Bathurst Street, Toronto, ON

Join us for the last night of our lecture series discussing communities and architecture.

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  • May 07, 2013
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