Graeme Bristol

Graeme Bristol

North Saanich, BC, CA



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

Sep 2006 - Jun 2008

The University of British Columbia, Masters, Architecture

A research degree - thesis "Architecture & Shelter: the roles and responsibilities of architects in meeting basic needs"

Sep 1987 - May 1992

The University of British Columbia, BArch, architecture

Professional degree in architecture

Sep 1974 - May 1980

University of Western Ontario, Bachelors, Arts

double major in English and Philosophy

Sep 1969 - May 1973

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