Presented by Pulitzer Prize-winning architect Alison Killing, exploring her investigation of Xinjiang’s network of detention camps.
Alison is a journalist and architect who uses maps, satellite imagery and architectural expertise to investigate urgent social issues. In 2021 she was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting for a series of articles exposing the suspected network of detention camps in Xinjiang, China.
In this lecture Alison will detail her forensic process and how her architectural training informed her approach to this remarkable project.
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In association with the UNSW Institute for Global Development.