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Mo Hamza

Researcher

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A built environment perspective on post-disaster and conflict- induced displacement.

Author

  • Mo Hamza

Editor

  • D. Amaratunga
  • C. Malalgoda
  • R. Haigh
  • C. Jayakody
  • A. Senanayake
  • N. Fernando
  • C. Liyanage
  • I. Lill
  • E. Witt

Summary, in English

Displacement is one of the most pressing challenges faced by the society today. REGARD (REbuildinGAfteR Displacement) is a collaborative research project co-funded by EU Erasmus+ programme, which set out to investigate the role of built environment in the context of displacement. The REGARD project launched in September 2018 with an aim to develop competencies in rebuilding communities following a disaster and conflict-induced mass displacements from the perspective of the built environment. The project consortium consists of five international universities in four different countries: University of Huddersfield, UK (project lead); Lund University, Sweden; University of Central Lancashire, UK; Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia; University of Colombo, Sri Lanka.

Department/s

  • Division of Risk Management and Societal Safety

Publishing year

2022-02-01

Language

English

Document type

Report

Publisher

REGARD project

Topic

  • Building Technologies
  • Social Sciences Interdisciplinary

Status

Published

Project

  • Rebuilding After Displacement

ISBN/ISSN/Other

  • ISBN: 978-1-86218-208-0