Education

EAHR works to educate on Emergency Architecture and Human Rights, through taking part in a variety of researches around the globe, as well as creating frameworks for universities and institutions, and producing a range of publications.

EAHR is restructuring its academic service, and is currently working on a new multi-disciplinary Masters Program.

Previous Education Courses

Emergency and Resilience Masters

The Master ‘Emergency & Resilience’ is an exclusive master's degree that improves the professional response of architects, engineers, geographers, logisticians, and social scientists within the context of humanitarian emergencies (conflicts and natural disasters), rapid urbanizations and poverty.

Researches

Date

Title

Location

2017

How to Transform Abandoned Spaces

Copenhagen

2017

New Keystone for Urban Renewal

Copenhagen

2016

Post-Earthquake Debris Management and Reuse

Kathmandu

2016

Architecture for Humanitarian Emergencies 4

Copenhagen

2015

Urbicides: War and Architecture

Venice

2015

Microrayon: The Case of Purvicems. From Socialism to Capitalism

Copenhagen

2015

Water for Palestine

Palestine

2014

Social Crisis: From Socialism to Capitalism

Riga

Publications

Pandemic Resilient Cities

Authors: EAHR
Location: Denmark
Year: 2021

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Manifesto

Authors: EAHR
Location: Denmark
Year: 2017

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Architecture is a Human Right

Authors: Michele Di Marco + JL
Location: Denmark
Year: 2018

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New Keystone for Urban Renewal

Authors: EAHR
Location: Denmark
Year: 2018

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How to Transform Abandoned Spaces

Authors: EAHR
Location: Denmark
Year: 2017

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