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Graeme Bristol

Centre for Architecture & Human Rights
Executive Director
Victoria BC
Graeme Bristol is the ED/founder of the Centre for Architecture and Human Rights. He holds professional and research degrees in architecture from UBC and an LLM in human rights law from Queen’s University Belfast.  In Vancouver he had a small firm in the 80s and early 90s.  He was also the community organizer of the Downtown Granville Tenants’ Association.  In Papua New Guinea between 1994 and 1997 he was a supervising architect with the national Department of Works, a technical advisor to the PNG government at the Habitat II conference in Istanbul, and the Registrar of the PNG Board of Architects.  Between 1998 and 2010 he taught architecture at KMUTT in Bangkok working with students mainly in slum communities and in construction camps with migrant workers and their families.  He also worked with the UN during the tsunami recovery in Thailand.  He has been writing and speaking on architecture and human rights for many years.
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