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CEC WEEKLY TIES – When architecture is abused

Dear colleagues, Cyprus, my home country, is the European country where inequality increased the most in the...
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CEC WEEKLY TIES – In search of alone time

Dear colleagues,  The pandemic has brought to the forefront the importance of balancing "togetherness" with...
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CEC WEEKLY TIES – Reframing the participatory design process

Dear colleagues,  A lot has changed since 1986, when in The Image of the Architect, Andrew...
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CEC WEEKLY TIES – Launching the “What We Do” page

Dear colleagues,  We are excited to announce the launch of the "What We Do" page...
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Have a Seat: Participatory design from an architect’s point of view – The Men’s Home

Greg Vendena, Architect with Cyklus, Copenhagen, Denmark Figure 1. The Men’s Home and Istedgade (Photo by Pelle...
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CEC WEEKLY TIES – Puffins and World Mental Health Day

Dear colleagues,  Saturday Oct. 10 is World Mental Health Day. One of the most touching...
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CEC WEEKLY TIES – Evictions and homelessness

Dear colleagues,  An estimated 30-40 million Americans are at risk of eviction, in what maybe the country's...
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CEC WEEKLY TIES – Refugees in a pandemic

Dear colleagues,  Europe's largest migrant camp on the island of Lesbos, Moria, has been devastated...
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CEC WEEKLY TIES – Sex trafficking and the pandemic

Dear colleagues,  On Aug. 29, the US Marshals Service Missing Child Unit led the search "Operation...
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CEC WEEKLY TIES – Active civic participation in Denmark

Dear colleagues,  Every semester, I ask students in my class, "How many of you read...