Refugee Heritage, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Architecture, March 19, 17:00 via Zoom

80% of Gaza´s population are refugees, their villages of origin are located just a few kilometers away. The Nakba, the expulsion of 2/3 of the Palestinian population in 1948 is an ongoing event of displacement. As its physical expression and material evidence, Palestinian Refugee Camps represent the suffering of millions of Palestinians. In a moment in history in which the population in Gaza is being either killed or expelled and homes being demolished, the right of return and Palestinian refugee camps remain a fundamental issue undermining peace between states, cultures, and religions.  The camp itself is the materialization of a crime and is in itself a question that calls for justice, land restitution and a change of power relations.

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