Architecture and Human rights; Is it important for the Built Environment?

This past festive season, I had a privilege to visit New York City on a sponsored scholarly visit by my university. One thing that caught my eye was the built environment. It's designed in such a way that people and the surrounding infrastructure they co-relate and co-exist. With an eye for anything construction, sustainability and the environment my mind perambulated on the architect of the city. I was in awe and shock of the different bike lanes, pedestrian, trains and cars sparse lanes.

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About Samuel Charandura


Samuel Charandura is a human rights and youth advocate.He is experienced in the construction sector having worked on numerous projects big and small across South Africa.He is also a law researcher with interests in Human Rights and construction law.He is the Founder and CEO of legal rights for construction workers (legalrico) an organisation that seeks to empower youths in construction through implementation of Sustainable Developments Goals.