"Architecture can be a powerful force of good in reconstruction, and I am working with people who have demonstrated in Bosnia and Herzegovina and other countries how the way we rebuild after war can nurture wellbeing and peace in these fragile times.“
After playing a role in setting up the Kharkiv School of Architecture in 2016, Professor Mull led fund-raising efforts after war broke out to help the School relocate to Lviv and re-establish its teaching programmes there. He has also been campaigning in the UK to bolster support for Ro3kvit's plans for future post-war reconstruction in Ukraine.
The Architecture for Peace workshop in Bosnia and Herzegovina, meanwhile, builds on previous similar initiatives around reconstruction following displacement and political change in Greece, Turkey and, ironically, Russia.
As well as Professor Mull, the workshop will feature additional teaching from architectural experts at Umeå School of Architecture (Sweden) and University of Sheffield.
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