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Critical reflections on the inclusivity and diversity of live community architecture projects (2017)
Presentation / Conference
de Graft-Johnson, A., Daniels, S., Sara, R., & Jones, M. (2017, September). Critical reflections on the inclusivity and diversity of live community architecture projects. Paper presented at AAE2017: Architecture Connects

One of the key ways in which architecture students are prompted to connect with clients, users and community groups is through engagement with live projects. Students are invited to work with, and/or for, an external collaborator for their mutual ben... Read More about Critical reflections on the inclusivity and diversity of live community architecture projects.

Ebenezer Gate Pocket Park (2016)
Digital Artefact
Sara, R., Jones, M., Rice, L., Daniels, S., & de Graft-Johnson, A. (2016). Ebenezer Gate Pocket Park

The Hands-on-Bristol collective worked with local residents, community groups artists, architects and makers to co-create a community run pocket park. The research aim underpinning the project was to use action-based design-research processes to expl... Read More about Ebenezer Gate Pocket Park.

Women in Architecture: Five Years On (2008)
Presentation / Conference
Manley, S., & de Graft-Johnson, A. (2008, September). Women in Architecture: Five Years On. Paper presented at ARCOM Conference

The gender gap in architectural practice: can we afford it? (2007)
Book Chapter
de Graft-Johnson, A., Manley, S., & Greed, C. (2007). The gender gap in architectural practice: can we afford it?. In B. Bagihole, & A. Dainty (Eds.), People and Culture in Construction: A ReaderTaylor and Francis

Diversity or the lack of it in the architectural profession (2005)
Journal Article
De Graft-Johnson, A., Manley, S., & Greed, C. (2005). Diversity or the lack of it in the architectural profession. Construction Management and Economics, 23(10), 1035-1043. https://doi.org/10.1080/01446190500394233

Approximately 37 per cent of architectural students are women and the percentage is increasing. This increase is not reflected in the architectural profession; women represent only 13 per cent of the total and analysis reveals that women are leaving... Read More about Diversity or the lack of it in the architectural profession.

Why do women leave architecture? (2003)
Presentation / Conference
Manley, S., & de Graft-Johnson, A. (2003, November). Why do women leave architecture?. Paper presented at Build Boston Diversity Conference

Why do women leave architecture? (2003)
Report
Manley, S., de Graft-Johnson, A., & Greed, C. (2003). Why do women leave architecture?

Report for the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) diversity panel Architects for Change (AFC)


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