Education and development

Towards a Social and Sustainable Architecture (South Africa). ©UNESCO 2012
Towards a Social and Sustainable Architecture (South Africa)

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Education for sustainable development means learning to live together. The Townships of South Africa are troubled by poverty, violence and gangs. An architect imagines places to live with multicultural and social functions. From design to construction, citizens participate in each project. These projects offer a way to revitalize areas, to strengthen social relations and create a dynamic economy.

Place/country: South Africa,
Series: From Green Economies to Green Societies
Type: Documentary
Credits: Pascal Fayolle (director), Eli Laliberté (director), François Rousset (director), Lato Sensu Productions (publisher), Japan Funds-in-Trust (publisher), UNESCO, Education for Sustainable Development (producer).
Published in: 2012
Library catalogue (UNESDOC): 217124

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