WiTLAB Side Event at UIA Copenhagen

Organised by World in Transition Research Lab (WiTLAB) at Aalto University, the 5-month transdisciplinary WiT Programme is designed to empower participants to advance the resilience of human settlements in the Global Majority context. WiT programme will start in January 2024, while applications will be accepted from August 2023.

WiT Programme will be officially launched in the side event at UIA Copenhagen to inform all interested parties about the programme and host a workshop on humanitarian architecture, resilience and sustainability. Check out the event page below to find out more!

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