MSc Specialisation Sustainable Human Habitats (SHH) program
The Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment of the Delft University of Technology, invites outstanding university graduates and senior undergraduate students with a design background from universities worldwide to join our new MSc Specialisation Sustainable Human Habitats (SHH) program 2021/2022, starting Sept 2021.
Understanding Housing Management by Low-income Homeowners: Technical, Organisational and Sociocultural Challenges in Chilean Condominium Housing
In the context of social vulnerability, the house is an important social and economic resource to cope with poverty. However, low-income homeowners face constraints to maintain their houses, negatively affecting the quality of their dwellings, buildings and neighbourhoods.
Global Urban Lab: Pecha Kucha nights vol. 1
This is the first of a series of Pecha Kucha nights in which the Global Urban Lab wants to bring researchers, staff and students together working on topics of urbanisation and the built environment in the Global South. More information will follow soon!
TU Delft will become a centre of excellence for research and education related to African urbanisation and architecture with in the next 3-8 years. This is because we wish to have a positive impact on African’s rapid urbanisation in the next years. Africa is urbanising at record rates.
Congress of Somali Study International Association
Somali Studies International Association was established in 1978. It is an organization that has played a central role in defining the field of modern Somali Studies, and since its establishment, it has organized 12 International Congresses, and many other regional and continental conferences. Out of the 12 International congresses, only four took place in the Somali speaking territories. 40 years later, it is high time for SSIA to hold its Congress in the Horn of Africa. In fact holding 2018 SSIA in Hargeysa will enable Somali studies to reconnect with the current reality on the ground.