We are thrilled to announce our Final Thesis Presentation 2021. The event will take place from tomorrow Thursday the 8th and Friday 9th of July at the UIC Architecture School. After a such a challenging year, our students are presenting their inquiries and research interests in a public event accompanied by an excellent international Juror. We are pleased to have with us Tom Corsellis  (Shelter Centre), Nebojsa Camprag and Anshika Suri (TU Darmstadt); and from UIC  Apen Ruiz, Carmen Mendoza, Ebru Gencer, Hug March, Kathrin Golda Pongratz, Lorenzo Chelleri, Mbongeni Ngulube, and Pere Vall. 

Here’s are the topics of our students’ master theses this year:

FROM NON-CITIZENSHIP TO AN INSURGENT CITY: The experiences of local governance of the community of Paraisópolis. 

Daniela Accorinte Lopes

Supervisor: Kathrin Golda-Pongratz

DISCOVERING DEVELOPMENTAL HUMANITARIANISM AND REDEFINING REFUGEEHOOD: Insights from Rohingya Refugees in India. 

Noorain Ahmed

Supervisor: Mbongeni Ngulube 

Assessing the Effectiveness of Youth Participation in Post-disaster Response Phases. The case of Beirut, Lebanon.

Rana Ayoub

Supervisor: María del Carmen Mendoza Arroyo.

Covid-19 Metamorphosis: The (re)Design of Public Space.

Ernest Bisgrove

Supervisor: Lorenzo Chelleri

Activist Partners in Action: A Structural Analysis of the Coalition Between the Housing and Climate Justice Movements in New York City.

Christian Dela Cruz

Supervisor: Hug March

Transforming or transferring trauma?: Exploring the healing capacity of lullabies for displaced Artsakhi mothers.

Leda Depasta

Supervisor: Pere Vall Casas

ROLE OF CITIZEN-CENTRIC SMART CITIES IN THE FACE OF COVID-19: The Case of Barcelona.

Fizza Fatima 

Supervisor: Hug March Corbella 

Assessing reconstruction development projects through a gender perspective: the cases of Burundi and Nepal.

Marta Guilera I Serra

Supervisor: Carmen Mendoza Arroyo

CLIMATE CHANGE AND THE PACIFIC ISLANDS: Culture and Tradition in International Aid.

Taylor Hayda

Supervisor: Ebru Gencer

Localization Between Reform and Revolution: Implication of Locally-led Aid in Post-Beirut Blast Response.

Jin Hee Lee

Supervisor:Mbongeni Ngulube

The nexus of cross-border planned relocation and climate change adaptation strategy: The reality of Kiribati.

Juliana Lima Coelho

Supervisor: Ebru Gencer

Learning how policies can influence dignity in refugee camps: An analysis on European camp policies and their contribution to dignity in refugee camps learning from good practices from the global south.

Kizito Kuria Mwangi

Supervisor: Carmen Mendoza Arroyo

ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION IN BRAZIL: Analysis on the national policies and on the MST case study.

Lucas Nolasco Cardoso

Supervisor: Apen Ruiz

TITLE: THE NEXUS BETWEEN HUMAN RIGHTS AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: A Story of Water and Sanitation in Kenya.

Jong Hee Paik 

Supervisor: Hug March Corbaella

Impact of People-centred development initiatives on the Naga-Women.

Shanjamo Patton

Supervisor: Pere Vall Casas

LOCKED IN TIME, Towards a sustainable post-disaster development: the L’Aquila earthquake study case.

Matilde Pietrabissa

Supervisor: Ebru Gencer

A Gender perspective on the uses and negotiations of urban space in İstanbul.

Ecem Sezer 

Supervisor: Apen Ruiz Martinez

RECREATING COLLECTIVE MEMORY: Adjusting to the memories of the Beirut Blast.

Maria Sleiman

Supervisor: Kathrin Golda-Pongratz

The Jungle of national and international identities of refugees: human rights violations and the state of exception in Calais.

Marije Van der Wal

Supervisor: Mbongeni Ngulube 

HAS ‘HEIMAT’ BEEN MADE?: Centralized refugee accommodations in Germany.

Vijay Gopal Vazhoth Plalliyil 

Supervisor: Apen Ruiz

 

We wish our students the best of luck after a great collective work!

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