The U.S. Institute of Peace and the S. Daniel Abraham Center for Middle East Peace invite you to attend a panel discussion and experience an exhibit that explore the role of architects and architecture in conflict resolution.
Most international conflicts are territorial in nature. Resolutions often call for realignment of boundaries and borders, yet all too often without consideration for the existing environment within that space. SAYA Design for Change has developed an approach called "Resolution Planning." Designed to reclaim the centrality of space in conflict negotiations, it focuses on the responsibility of architects to contribute to the negotiation of peace agreements and the sustainable resolution of conflicts.