They don’t go to school. They carry weapons instead of pencils, they are far away from their loved ones, and the uncertainty, fear and hate caused live in their minds. These are child soldiers and there are many of them facing such repugnant situations in scenes of conflict in Africa, the Middle East, Asia and other regions of the planet.
A brown, threadbare headscarf over her hair, her copper-coloured skin and those strikingly green, frightened and inquisitive eyes made her the face of Afghan refugees. Yanet Medina Navarro * In 1985, her photo became one of National Geographic’s historic covers and that 12-year-old rural girl became the Mona […]
Whilst some studies show evidence that genes may influence antisocial behaviour, various Latin American programs propose, amongst other things, investing in children in order to put an end to violence. Edith Tacusi Oblitas It certainly can’t be said that there is no violence in Latin America, for the […]
Taking part in a biennial is no easy thing especially if this involves a mix of creativity, persistence and essentially, architecture. And if the aim is to include pictures using audio and video these requirements are far greater. This is the case with the “1st Education in Architecture for […]
The project will take place in 2018 and an invitation to take part has been issued by a multidisciplinary group which seeks to promote and heighten the profile of education in art and architecture throughout the world.
The “1st Education in Architecture for Children and Youngsters International Biennial” provides a setting in which learning is conducted through play in and with space –