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Our core programs: Humanitarian Habitat and Design

Sanctuary from distress,
community care

The Humanitarian Habitat and Design program is focused on designing sustainable and effective responses to events shaping our Human Settlements. Ekistics, Complexity, and The New Urban Agenda form pillars of interest in this program

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Our core programs: Smart Wearable Technology and Design

Sensor Smart Design
Human Responsive Innovation

The aim of the Smart Wearable Technology and Design Program is to design an advanced product ecology of protective smart wearables that monitor and reduce the forces translated to the head and torso during sports related contact.

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Our core programs: Project Geldom

Desirable Message
Effective Health

Art and design students from around the world are invited to share ideas on innovative and culturally appropriate ways to communicate safe sex in South East Asia and Africa

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Other Projects

ARC Indigenous Participation in a Low Carbon Economy

Australia’s transition towards a low-carbon economy will cause changes in skill requirements and raises the need to maximise Aboriginal participation.

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Waste Management and Health in Aboriginal Communities

Little is known of the impact of health in rural and remote Aboriginal communities due to poor solid waste services. This project establishes the state of knowledge on waste and health in communities, and seeks to then move towards locally maintainable innovative designs of services and systems.

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World Society for Ekistics at Habitat III

UN Habitat III Urban Library Event: CDI Launch of Ekistics Journal Online, Quito, Ecuador 17 -20 Oct 2016

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