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www.theglobalstudio.com

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2006 global studio presentations August Buenos Aires, Argentina; Ahmedabad India September Melbourne, Australia; Kampala,Uganda Wellington, New Zealand; Mumbai, India; Perth, Australia Washington DC, USA; New York, USA Sao Paolo, Brazil October Perth, Canberra, Sydney, Adelaide Australia; Hong Kong, China; Nairobi, Kenya; London, UK; Bhopal, India Lae, Papua New Guinea; San Francisco, USA; Houston, USA; Ann Arbor , USA; Sheffield, UK; Jogjakarta, Indonesia November Helsinki, Finland

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A project initiated by the UN Millennium Project Task Force on Improving the Lives of Slum Dwellers in 2004 developed by University of Sydney, Columbia University, University of Rome www.theglobalstudio.com

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< REACHING THE MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS > < MILLENIUM PROJECT BACKGROUND : 2000 > THE MILLENNIUM DECLARATION, ADOPTED BY 189 WORLD LEADERS places development goals at the heart of the global agenda to address poverty and its impacts, and sustainability “At the Millennium Summit in September 2000 the largest gathering of world leaders in history adopted the UN Millennium Declaration, committing their nations to a new global partnership to reduce extreme poverty and setting out a series of time-bound targets, all with a deadline of 2015, that have become known as the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs)”. Jeffrey Sachs

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< MILLENIUM PROJECT BACKGROUND : 2002 - 2005 > 10 taskforces established in 2002 to develop policies and strategies to achieve the Millennium Development Goals > TASK FORCE ON IMPROVING THE LIVES OF SLUM DWELLERS REPORT and recommendations see : A HOME IN THE CITY http://www.unmilleniumproject.org/ <TASK FORCE 1> POVERTY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT <TASK FORCE 2> HUNGER <TASK FORCE 3> EDUCATION AND GENDER EQUALITY <TASK FORCE 4> CHILD HEALTH AND MATERNAL HEALTH <TASK FORCE 5> HIV/AIDS, MALARIA, TB & ACCESS TO ESSENTIAL MEDICINES <TASK FORCE 6> ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY <TASK FORCE 7> WATER AND SANITATION <TASK FORCE 8> IMPROVING THE LIVES OF SLUM DWELLERS <TASK FORCE 9> OPEN, RULE-BASED TRADING SYSTEMS <TASK FORCE 5> SCIENCE, TECH-NOLOGY AND INNOVATION

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< GLOBAL STUDIO > BRINGS TOGETHER CITY BUILDING PROFESSIONALS, EDUCATORS and STUDENTS FROM AROUND THE WORLD aims : • Work with, and learn from, communities and individuals experiencing disadvantage and/or social exclusion • Develop appropriate participatory design and planning skills • Encourage participants to take home lessons learned • Create global networks of professionals, educators and students • Encourage universities and professional organizations to address the MDGs, through educational programs and practice • Stimulate on-going research and action • Contribute to the effective implementation of the MDGs

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in partnership with : ISTANBUL TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY MIDDLE EAST TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY MIMAR SINAN FINE ARTS UNIVERSITY working with UNION OF INTERNATIONAL ARCHITECTS participants from : Argentina, Australia, Brazil, China, Finland, Ghana, Guatemala, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Israel, Italy, Kenya, Nigeria, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Turkey, United Kingdom, U.S.A. project site : The historic district of Zeyrek in Istanbul, Turkey < GLOBAL STUDIO : ISTANBUL 2005 > founding partners : UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF ROME host university: ISTANBUL TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY Global Studio : Istanbul 2005

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in partnership with : UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY OF BUENOS AIRES WITSWATERSRAND UNIVERSITY CHINESE UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG UNIVERSITY OF AUSTIN-TEXAS RIZVI COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE working with UN WORLD URBAN FORUM 3 participants from : Argentina, Australia, Austria, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Italy, Kenya, Mexico, New Zealand,Papua New Guinea, Poland, South Africa, Thailand, Uganda, United Kingdom, U.S.A, project site : Vancouver, British Colombia, Canada Global Studio : Vancouver 2006 < GLOBAL STUDIO : VANCOUVER 2006 > founding partners : UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF ROME host university : UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA

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< GLOBAL STUDIO : ISTANBUL > INITIAL QUESTIONS • what do people like/ dislike about where they live? • what would improve their lives? • what physical changes would help improve their lives? • what is the political, planning and historical context? • does the community have a vision for the future?

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< project context > A UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE A SITE WITH A UNIQUE CHARACTER A COMMUNITY OF THE URBAN POOR A LARGELY MIGRANT POPULATION A NEIGHBOURHOOD IN TRANSITION < GLOBAL STUDIO : ISTANBUL > More than 120 architecture & planning students, teachers and professionals from 20 countries in Istanbul for Global Studio, People Building Better Cities & the Union of International Architects Congress

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people building better cities UIA CONGRESS USTANBUL 2005 TOPICAL SESSION convenor: Anna Rubbo Istanbul Technical University Day 1- July 4 1020 Session 1 Anna Rubbo, Elliott Sclar, Pietro Garau, Gabriella Carolini The Millennium Development Goals: Challenges to the Design Professions Cameron Sinclair Design Like You Give a Damn Howard Davis Architectural Education for the Emerging Vernacular City: Seven Assumptions That Need to be Challenged. Session 2 1140 Bunker Roy The Barefoot Architects of Tilonia, India Paul Pholeros and Eboni James Housing for Health: Improving the Living Environment and Health of indigenous Australians Peter Rich and Frederic Pine Heritage Enabling Change to the Lives of Slum Dwellers in Alexandria, Johannesburg Day 2 – July 5 Session 3 1020 Lisa Findley Lessons in Architecture and Cultural Agency: New Brighton and the Museum of St5ruggle Jo Noero The Everyday, Architecture and Low-Income Communities Session 4, 1140 Rafael Pizarro Does Planning for Slum Communities Matter? A view from Colombia Saija Hollmen, Jenni Reuter, Helena Sandman, Fatou Seye ‘Jigeen yi mbooloo’: Women’s Centre, Rufisque, Senegal ROUND TABLE Session 5, 1400 Sergio Palleroni and Monica Escobedo Fuentes Social organization and improving living standards: the Yaqui Valley project, Mexico Azhar Tyabhi Deconstruction for reconstruction: Public narratives as a Design Strategy in India Haq Khandwalla and Suzanne Mehmet The Mkwakwani school, Mombasa: An international collaboration ROUND TABLE

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people building better cities Day 3 –July 6 Session 7 1020 Charles Correa, Moshe Safdie, Michael Sorkin, Lars Reutersward, Cameron Sinclair Global Studio Super Jury Session 8 , 1140 Kinya Maruyama Team Zoo, Japan: Designing for All Craig Burton and Grant Revell Taman Kelod: In the Morning of the World, Bali Dillon Kombumerri Pemulwoy Project: Aboriginal Housing Company Redevelopment, Sydney Session 9, 1400 Andrea Nield Architects without Frontiers: Built Projects, Australia Rodney Harber Teaching to challenge Mediocrity in post Apartheid South Africa Alan Miller, Josh Morrin, Bryna Lipper Vision 20/20: Architectural education and a Public Act Col James, Richard Greene, Adriano Pupilli CRASH URBAN:Housing the Homeless Day 4 – July 7 Session 10 , 1020 Michele Redmatten Cornelius Pfeiffer, Thandi Mjiokho Designing and Building with the Disabled: Orange farm Township, South Africa Rya Adkins, Maria Jaya-Vega, Perry Winston Urban innovation: Cypress Hills Community School, Brooklyn, New York Session 11, 1140 Essy Baniassad Urbanization and the Process of Community Development: Peru, Colombia and South Africa ROUND TABLE Session 12, 1400 Jan Wampler Working with students and users in Lusaka, Zambia and Berikoy, Turkey David Week Community Based Contracting: gauging Capacity and Mapping Value in Laos Margarita Greene Housing the Poor in the City centre: A Challenge for Progressive Design in Chile

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< GLOBAL STUDIO : ISTANBUL >

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< GLOBAL STUDIO : ISTANBUL > participation in action

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< GLOBAL STUDIO : ISTANBUL > community gardens integrating neighbourhoods income generation strategies women’s centre a children’s playground outcomes :

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< project context > A COMMUNITY OF URBAN POOR A NEIGHBORHOOD IN DANGER OF GENTRIFICATION A COMMUNITY OF NATIVE CANADIANS A LARGELY MIGRANT POPULATION < GLOBAL STUDIO : VANCOUVER 2006 > More than 80 architecture, plannin & design students, teachers & professionals from 21 countries in Vancouver for Global Studio & the United Nations World Urban Forum

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< GLOBAL STUDIO VANCOUVER > < THE DOWNTOWN EASTSIDE > GREATEST CONCENTRATION OF SOCIAL PROBLEMS IN NORTH AMERICA POOREST POSTAL CODE IN CANADA 16000 INHABITANTS OVER 5000 INJECTING DRUG USERS IN 10 BLOCKS 3000 HOMELESS RISING PROPERTY VALUES GENTRIFICATION ?

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< GLOBAL STUDIO VANCOUVER : 5 PROJECTS > < 5 communities > VANDU : VANCOUVER DRUG USERS (women’s group) VANCOUVER ABORIGINAL FRIENDSHIP CENTRE STRATHCONA REVITALISATION COMMITTEE CHINATOWN REVITALISATION COMMITTEE CENTRAL WATERFRONT COALITION

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< GLOBAL STUDIO VANCOUVER APPROACH > • UNDERSTAND/ READ PLACE • LISTEN/LEARN FROM COMMUNITY • WORK WITH COMMUNITY • GENERATE PROPOSITIONS • CREATE AN EVENT • REPORT TO THE COMMUNITY • SUGGEST HOW THE WORK MAY BE CONTINUED BY OTHERS • REFLECT

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< GLOBAL STUDIO VANCOUVER > INITIAL QUESTIONS • What do people like/ dislike about where they live? • What would improve their lives? • What physical changes would help improve their lives? • What is the political, planning and historical context? • Does the community have a vision for the future?

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< GLOBAL STUDIO VANCOUVER : PROJECT 1 > VANDU: Vancouver Drug Users committed to increasing the capacity of people who use drugs to live healthy productive lives project : women’s park, wc’s, resting place, resource guide, council petition

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project outcomes : 4 options Remedial renovations New partnerships Alterations to existing building Redevelopment of existing building VANCOUVER ABORIGINAL FRIENDSHIP CENTRE 700 members with potential 10,000 users Current building needs major repairs and rethinking : < GLOBAL STUDIO VANCOUVER : PROJECT 2 >

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STRATHCONA REVITALISATION COMMITTEE How to build a more cohesive community? How to work with the downtown eastside, and how to resist gentrification? What does the community of Strathcona want? I think that when I began this studio two days ago I assumed that this was an easy question and but now I’m back at square one. student blog, 3am public screening stop animation < GLOBAL STUDIO VANCOUVER : PROJECT 3>

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CHINATOWN The downtown Chinatown community has declined, and the area needs revitalisation. How to bridge the gap between Chinese and non-Chinese communities? < GLOBAL STUDIO VANCOUVER : PROJECT 4>

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CENTRAL WATERFRONT COALITION A 30000 seat stadium has been proposed for the waterfront. The Central Waterfront Coalition of residents are opposed. How to provide the residents with a voice? < GLOBAL STUDIO VANCOUVER : PROJECT 5>

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people, places, situation: response pps:r_06 Vancouver >multi-site, multi-event exhibition concerned with displacement. > explores the ability of architecture to restore the loss of place experienced during crises of ecological disaster, exile and the seeking of asylum, indigenous dispossession and urban poverty. < GLOBAL STUDIO VANCOUVER > Indigenous film festival outdoor exhibition video installation hastings st exhibit

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< june 06 > over 11000 people including GLOBAL STUDIO attended the WORLD URBAN FORUM >>>>>>Sustainable cities: turning ideas into action<<<<<<<<<< < december 05 : Lead up to World Urban Forum> over 39000 participants from 158 countries took part in the 72 HOUR INTERNET HABITAT JAM – the largest public consultation ever held on urban sustainability < 70 ACTIONABLE IDEAS > < GLOBAL STUDIO VANCOUVER : UN WORLD URBAN FORUM > www.habitatjam.com

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GLOBAL STUDIO presents at the UN WORLD URBAN FORUM < GLOBAL STUDIO VANCOUVER > >global studio networking session >millennium university round table

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Within a 24-hour period, as many people as possible must physically and symbolically "STAND UP" to communicate their desire to fight poverty and to hold their governments and leaders accountable for promises to end poverty by 2015. The purpose of this action is to raise awareness of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and to publicly demonstrate to policy makers the growing global support for the achievement of the MDGs and for the strengthening of development policies in both Northern and Southern countries. STAND UP is a challenge to set an official Guinness World Record - the greatest number of people ever to STAND UP Against Poverty and for the Millennium Development Goals : on October 15-16 2006. < MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS > To find out more and to learn how you can participate go t o http://www.milleniumcampaign.org www.milleniumcampaign.org

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< GLOBAL STUDIO VANCOUVER : PARTICIPANTS convenors : Anna Rubbo, University of Sydney Mari Fujita, University of British Columbia mentors/contributors : Elliott Sclar, Pietro Garau,Garth Klein, Gabriella Carolini, Raphael Pizarro, Sophia Sprenger, Damon Rich, Luciana Schenk,Gabriela Sorda, Mariano Schilman, Bob O'Neal, Helena Sandman, Rena Czaplinska, Chelsea Bortz, Dillon Kombumerri Patrick Stewart, Nathaniel Corum, Alison Wolanski, Maya Ersan, Jamie Robson, Nathan Edelson,Leonie Sandercock, Penny Gurstein, Chris Macdonald, Sergio Palleroni studio participants : Kelly Koss, Bryanna Thiel, Jason Cook, Tina Merinos, Vikash Chandra, Alziro Neto Maggie Ma, Marina Vasta, Naimunnisa Khan, Nick Neisingh, Okta Ratnasari, Candy Chang, Silas Kinoti, Cibele Ortiz, Cheryl Wong, Vesna Trobec, Andrew Davidge, Michael Mitchell, Aaron Singer, Louise Kielgast, Angela Pitts, Anya Georgijevic,  Barnaby Bennett, Bill Peter, Julie Halama, Gabrielle Kuiper, Pinida Chanthong, Mark Kingsley, Nathan Etherington, Neha Soni, Wendy Li, Yu Tsuji, Sarah Churchill, Alexander Doerr, Amanda Garfiled, Rosemary Korawali, Rajarshi Sahai, Kate Scott, Kathleen O'Neill, Ileana Versace, Camila Sant'ana, Andressa Martinez, Nicola Szibbo, Andrew Amara, Maddy Streicek, Edith Jenkins, Chris Bach, Quetzal de Leon, Jennifer Trasker Gibson, Johnny Chiu, Zoheb Kherada, Rebecca Webber studio associates : Genevieve Blanchett, Jennifer van den Bussche, Josh Morrin, Kate Ferguson, Julia Molloy film team : Tanaz Eshaghian, Lara O'Reilly pps: r Genevieve Blanchett, Jennifer van den Bussche, Lara O’Rielly, Tanaz Eshaghian, Kate Ferguson, Barnaby Bennett

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< GLOBAL STUDIO VANCOUVER : acknowledgements > global studio sponsors 2006 University of Sydney International Development Fund Task Force on Improving the Lives of Slum Dwellers University of British Columbia, Canada pps: r sponsors : the Royal Australian Institute of Architects Global Studio Deakin University Shelley Indyk Architect Buchan Group Architects Ashton Raggart MacDougall Kerstin Thompson Architects Curtin University Lyons Architects Individual and Compan sponsors : Lawrence and Andrea Nield, Architects Grinders Coffee, Melbourne Peter Phibbs, Planner Suzanne Dance, Architect Dickson Rothschild Pty Ltd Institutional sponsors: University of Sydney, Australia Columbia University, U.S.A. University of Melbourne, Australia University of Michigan, U.S.A. New School for Social Research, U.S.A Rhode island School of Design, U.S.A. University of Victoria, New Zealand New School for Social Research, U.S.A. California College of the Arts, U.S.A. University of New South Wales, Australia Berkeley Prize, University of California, USA SONA global studio student scholarships : : special thanks to: the five Vancouver communities Charles Kelly, WUF Commissioner Lars Reutersward, UN Habitat Tony Dorcey, SCARP, UBC Larry Beasley,City of Vancouver

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< GLOBAL STUDIO ISTANBUL : PARTICIPANTS PBBC and Global Studio convenor : Anna Rubbo, University of Sydney host university representative Nuran Zeren Gulersoy, Istanbul Technical University co-organisers Josh Morrin, Aydan Balamir, Muge Akkar, Pietro Garau,Elliott Sclar,Alan Miller mentors/contributors : Shelly Indyk,Saija Hollmen,Ram Eisenberg,Jorge Fiori,Brit Andresen,Peter Rich,Alexis Murat-Sanal,Belkis Uluoglu,Nur Esin,Aydan Balamir, Cengiz Bektas,PG Raman,Gabriella Carolini,Samer Akkach,Pietro Garau Tom Heneghan,Nur Caglar,Cem Ilhan,Mehmet Burcu Kutukcuoglu,Namik Erkal,Oguz Ozer, Abhishek Ray studio participants : Monica Brazeiro,Gabriela Sorda,Mariano Schilman,Kate Ferguson,Jennifer van den Bussche,Dylan Connolly,Felicity Stewart,Lara O'Reilly,Andrew Manson,Bill Ellyett,Jade Myers,Adriano Pupilli,Alan Miller,Genevieve Blanchett,Hugo Moline, Mathew Hinds, Ren Lanbin, Umesh Shurpali, Devangi Ramakrishnan Ebrahim Sitabkhan, Girish Pillai, Kavita Bhave,Ariko Andikabina,Hadas Rix,Luca Giramidaro,Raffaela Romani,Roberta Rotondo,Stefania Maldone,Yousef Al-Taibeh,Boniface Mworia, Lilian Otiego,Rita Githuthu,Okikiola Taofeek, Anilla Sarwat,Wille Mueng, Hendrik Auret,Angela Forbes,Robert Rich,Dominik George,Sezer Kumru,Olgu Caliskan, Celaleddin Celik, Emrah Sahin, Selcen Karaoglu,Zeynep Ay,Neha Tayal Basma Al-Husseini, Agatha Vaaler,Sevra Davis,Brent Gaulke,Colin Stacy, Hope Strode, Will Henderson ,Donald Buaku Christian Kroll,Rachana Sheth media team : Christine Olsen,Tanaz Eshaghian, Tico Taussig

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< GLOBAL STUDIO ISTANBUL : acknowledgements > global studio sponsors 2005 Task Force on Improving the Lives of Slum Dwellers University of Sydney International Development Fund Royal Australian Institute of Architects individual and Company sponsors Dickson Rothschild Pty Ltd Readings Bookshop The Lewis Land Group Development Planning Strategies Kennedy Associates Architects Johannsen & Associates Suzanne Dance, Architect Jennifer Taylor Helen Lochhead Brian Zulaikha , Architect Joan Domicelj institutional sponsors Columbia University, U.S.A. University of Melbourne, Australia University of Michigan, U.S.A. Berkeley Prize, University of California, USA Univerisity of Technology, Sydney University of Oregon Architectural Assocation UK Pratt Center for Community Design,USA SONA global studio student scholarships special thanks to: the Zeyrek community Suha Ozkan & Louise Cox, UIA Lars Reutersward, UN Habitat Gustav Nossal Edward Blakely &Tom Heneghan

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2006 global studio presentations August Buenos Aires, Argentina; Ahmedabad India September Melbourne, Australia; Kampala,Uganda Wellington, New Zealand; Mumbai, India; Perth, Australia Washington DC, USA; New York, USA Sao Paolo, Brazil October Perth, Canberra, Sydney, Adelaide Australia; Hong Kong, China; Nairobi, Kenya; London, UK; Bhopal, India Lae, Papua New Guinea; San Francisco, USA; Houston, USA; Ann Arbor , USA; Sheffield, UK; Jogjakarta, Indonesia November Helsinki, Finland

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www.theglobalstudio.com “The best test of a civilised society is the way in which it treats its most vulnerable and weakest members” Mahatma Ghandi s most vulnerable and weakest members” Mahatma Ghandi

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