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On the 22nd of February 2011, a 6.3 magnitude earthquake devastated Christchurch. For the next month the Student Volunteer Army organised thousands of students to clean over 360,000 tonnes of liquefaction in over 75,000 volunteer working hours.
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Dry Off: You will know all about the earthquakes in Christchurch, but you might not know the Mayor of Christchurch used the word Munted to describe the effect of the earthquakes. Which inspired this tea towel by Martin Anderson. Go get yourself one...[design blog]

You might not know the Mayor of Christchurch used the word Munted to describe the effect of the earthquakes, inspiring Martin Anderson's tea towel design .

Students volunteering after February earthquake 2011 in Canterbury. Check http://volunteerarmy.org/about/.

Students volunteering after February earthquake 2011 in Canterbury. Check http://volunteerarmy.org/about/.

GeoOp - Student Volunteer Army / Christchurch Earthquake - YouTube

Christchurch was struck by a earthquake on 4 September, 2010 and again on 22 February, 2011 with a magnitude of second quake was far more devasta.

Campbell Live - Student Army - YouTube

The Student Army helping Christchurch after the 2011 earthquake

Student Volunteer Army clearing silt from Christchurch homes. Photo: SVA archives

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Student Volunteer Army clearing silt from Christchurch homes.

Volunteer Student Army members after the Christchurch Earthquake (NZ Herald)

Christchurch's Student Volunteer Army - created to respond to the city's devastating earthquakes - is this evening being presented the RSA's prestigious An

The Original Team that made it all happen!

The Volunteer Army organisation team outside HQ.

Student Volunteer Army in action, 2011.

Student Volunteer Army in action,

Student Volunteer Army in action, 2011.

Student Volunteer Army in action,

Day One 6th September 2010

Day One September 2010


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