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Competitions: editor's pick 11.04.14

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Canada’s monument to the victims of communism, an overhaul of Lancaster University’s Bailrigg campus and the ADAM 2014 Student Travel Scholarship. The editor’s pick of this week’s top competitions

The Department of Canadian Heritage has launched an open international design contest for a £1 million monument to the victims of communism. Six teams will be shortlisted and invited to develop design concepts for the high-profile Ottawa landmark honouring Canada’s welcoming of refugees from communist regimes [Deadline for submissions 2 May]

Lancaster University has opened a RIBA-run design contest to refurbish the central walkway on its 360-hectare Bailrigg campus. An architect is sought to overhaul the enclosed circulation route – known as the spine – which connects buildings on the hill-top campus masterplanned by Shepheard and Epstein in 1963 [Deadline for submissions 12 May]

ADAM Urbanism has launched its 2014 Student Travel Scholarship supporting research on the theme of ‘International Urban Design’. Undergraduates and recent graduates of UK and RIBA-accredited international schools of architecture are invited to compete for the prestigious £1,500 award [Deadline for entries 30 April]

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