Graeme Bristol, a Canadian architect, is the founder and executive director of the Centre for Architecture and Human Rights, an international foundation advancing a rights-based approach to development in the practice of architecture through ongoing demonstration projects, research and education programmes. He holds a Masters in architecture from the University of British Columbia and a Masters in human rights law from Queen’s University Belfast.
Queen's University of Belfast, Masters, Law
LLM in Human Rights Law
The University of British Columbia, Masters, Architecture
A research degree - thesis "Architecture & Shelter: the roles and responsibilities of architects in meeting basic needs"
The University of British Columbia, BArch, architecture
Professional degree in architecture
University of Western Ontario, Bachelors, Arts
double major in English and Philosophy