Peacebuilding through Heritage, HLP or Modes of Memorialisation
Delivering projects that:
Understand heritage and its value to cultural systems, nation-building and social reconstruction.
Identify and promote social-economic potential of developing culturally significant sites after catastrophes
Address HLP challenges during recovery and stabilization after conflict or other forms of violence.
Develop trauma-informed approaches dealing with the memories of disaster, political violence and the entangled emotions of post-conflict reconciliation.
UNIFORM NOVEMBER has worked with the British Council, The Halo Trust, Universities and UN agencies such as the International Organisation for Migration (IOM), International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property (ICCROM), UNMAS and UNHABITAT
We are always working to improve and happy to share knowledge and exchange ideas, we have a useful educational programme and bespoke training opportunities. We offer workshops, seminars and online guidance on :
•Working with Communities
•The Re-use of Buildings
•The Power of Place in Business, Displacement and Peacebuilding
•The Potential of Crossdisciplinarity problem solving
•Understanding the Importance of the Everyday in humanity
•The Fundamentals of Peacebuilding
•Displacement and HLP
•Protection of Heritage and Culture
•Approaches to Education (Learning Teaching and Assessment)
•The Creative Process
•Working with Memory
•Modes of Memorialization
The UNIFORM NOVEMBER blog is a knowledge transfer feed aimed at developing collaboration, dialogue and awareness...
““whatever is true for space and time, this much is true for place: we are immersed in it and could not do without it. To be at all - to exist in any way – is to be somewhere, and to be somewhere is to be in some kind of place”.
"No one therefor can conceive anything, but they must conceive it in some place”.
F.M.H..... MLitt Peace & Conflict, Msc Architectural Conservation BA (Hons) Int. Architecture; MCSD, PgC TLHE
F.M.H is a Post-conflict, consultant - Specializing in Social Cohesion, DDR, Memorialization, Architectural Conservation, Housing Land and Property (HLP) issues.
Office: UK, Scotland
The Barns Ness Lighthouse is an excellent place to base the consultancy. Although, draughty and a little run down, it is imbued with plenty of memory and meaning. A redundant building looking for a modern re-use and social reintegration. A structure built to warn humanity of hazards and give guidance in moments of turmoil and uncertainty.
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