Fundamental Security and Mutual Care
On the Design of Refugee Camps and Emergency Shelters
The final event in the discourse series Security Revisited is dedicated to the notions of security and care in the context of migration policy, “humanitarian” interventions, and the provision of emergency shelters. The questions to be addressed include: How is the discourse on security constructed in relation to forced migration? Whose security and what form of protection are actually at stake? How are refugee camps designed, maintained, and managed? And, finally, what forms of spatial practice offer alternative approaches to the question of forced migration by promoting shared care and solidarity with and among the displaced?
Hybrid event in physical space with online participation of invited speakers
Lectures in English