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Title: The Clay walling technique as an aid to integration in living and working, Dresden, Germany
Authors: Price, Charles
World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe
Healthy Cities Network
Issue Date: 1996
Publisher: Copenhagen : WHO Regional Office for Europe
Language: English
Abstract: This project uses the clay walling technique to assist in integrating unemployed people into living and working in Dresden, Germany. Unemployed people are trained in construction techniques using low-energy clay walling and constructing flats for homeless people. The project is designed to assist people suffering social discrimination, including homelessness or the threat of homelessness. The project is a model scheme linking social work and housing construction. The project uses and activates the self-help potential of the people affected by social discrimination and exclusion. The construction method has been selected to reduce energy use and thereby reduce environmental strain
Description: EUR/ICP/POLC 06 07 01(C)
7 p.
Subject: Housing
Social Work
Construction Materials
Environmental Health
metadata.dc.subject.other: Community Health and Primary Health Care
Gov't Doc #: EUR/ICP/POLC 06 07 01(C)
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