Over the past ten years, many approaches to designing and building post-disaster shelters have been deployed internationally with mixed success. Panelists explore how architects, humanitarians, and disaster communities are working together to design better-performing and more site-appropriate shelter solutions. This program complements the exhibition Designing for Disaster, which is open to attendees before the discussion.
Achala Navaratne, deputy country representative and head of programs (Haiti), American Red Cross
Mario Flores, director, Field Operations, Disaster Risk Reduction and Response, Habitat for Humanity International
Kelly Furlani, senior humanitarian specialist, Global Communities
Elizabeth Ferris, co-director, Brookings Institution-LSE Project on Internal Displacement (moderator)
1.5 LU HSW (AIA)
$12 Members; $12 Students; $20 Non-members. Pre-registration required. Walk-in registration based on availability.
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Photo: Canaan, Haiti. Photo courtesy of American Red Cross