The development of architecture targeting vulnerable populations such as the homeless is not a new phenomenon, but there appears to be a growing recognition of the implications of such design trends upon social injustice.
Two central debates dominate development policies aiming the inclusion and empowerment of migrants in recent times: (i) the modern processes of intensive migration and, (ii) the use of behavioral science to achieve sustainable goals.
We do not necessarily need wide-ranging ends. Small things matter too. From local security, bus stop spacing and locating, dress codes and noise. Everyday problems, if objects of deliberation, can be occasion of reasons-giving. They encourage reciprocal acknowledgment while letting the debate going.