settlement house

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Noun1.settlement house - a center in an underprivileged area that provides community servicessettlement house - a center in an underprivileged area that provides community services
center, centre - a building dedicated to a particular activity; "they were raising money to build a new center for research"
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The other 28 settlement houses will be built in the illegal Ramot settlement which is built on private Palestinian land between Jerusalem and Ramallah.
Secretary of State John Kerry and I met to discuss how to create the right environment to achieve the two-state solution, an Israeli government committee approved the construction of 640 more illegal settlement houses in Occupied East Jerusalem, the capital of the State of Palestine.
Hovet residential area is central to Myra and is zoning for Vegarshei center devoted to concentrated settlement houses.
Tenders for nearly 1,500 new settlement houses and plans to advance some 1,800 others were issued in retaliation for the formation of a Palestinian unity government backed by Hamas and the international community.
The newly approved units are in addition to the more than 1,000 settlement houses that Israel approved on Sunday, in a move that drew criticism from the international community and angered Palestinians.
Topics include trade zone encounters in Karen Tei Yamashita's Tropic of Orange, contested landscapes of gentrification in the American inner city, settlement houses (independent living programs for youth who "age out" of foster care) as contact spaces in the city, the globalization of the National Basketball League, hip-hop culture as a medial contact space, and smashed windows in the film "Do the Right Thing" and the Battle of Seattle as challenges to the spatial order.
Marian's volunteer work in settlement houses convinced her that her life's vision to help the poor could best be realized through the Roman Catholic Church.
When building restrictions were imposed last November, contractors were allowed to continue building settlement houses whose foundations had already been poured.
Settlement houses, similarly, focused on constructing spacious
portrayed settlement houses as inherently secular and Catholics as primarily struggling immigrants, corrupt political bosses, or quarrelsome priests?
This essay will explore how the work and philosophy of the International Institute, a settlement house located in downtown San Francisco, relates to the larger historiography that has attempted to understand the role of settlement houses and social work in regard to race and cultural pluralism.
Fox is a pioneer of affordable housing in New York, who developed the first settlement houses in the city in 1965 and eventually created the Settlement Housing Fund.