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Inspire - Thesis Design 2013.pdf
Title: Inspire - Refugee Center
Author: Hussein, Amar
Abstract: In today’s world, many people are forced to flee their homeland due to war, unrest, and persecution. Because of conflict, millions of people worldwide become refugees. Many refugees have experienced persecution, torture, and trauma,which have a lasting impact. This trauma continues in refugee camps which are similiar to prisons with wire fencing. The refugee camps use tents as living quarters, have limited resources and provide little or no medical care. Many refugees spend years in the refugee camps without a permenant solution. Only one percent of the refugee population is resettled worldwide. As one of the most powerful countries in the world,the United States has a moral obligation to assist those in need. Although the United States is not able to resettle entire refugee populations, it can assist those groups that are considered most vulnerable and in need of new placement. As a human services agency, Lutheran Social Services (LSS) has a long history of providing help, healing and hope to refugees. LSS intends to continue this mission by building a new facility in our community that is a safe place which inspires healing. The intent of the unique design of the new building will be to encompass a variety of schemes that are inspirational and encourage hope. This modern multicultural approach design will encourage and inspire refugees to begin healing from traumatic experiences and offer a chance for a new beginning.
Date: 2013-05
Subject: Community centers.
Refugees -- Services for.
Fargo (N.D.)
North Dakota.
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/22846

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