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RIBA Ethics and Sustainable Development Commission

RIBA Ethics and Sustainable Development Commission

The RIBA is establishing a new RIBA Commission on Ethics and Sustainable Development, as approved by RIBA Council. In its first year, the Commission will consider how the architectural profession can best reflect its core values of public interest, social purpose and sustainability, including its engagement with the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.

The School of Athens, Raphael.

****OPEN CALL to join the RIBA Ethics and Sustainable Development Commission****

Would you like to help shape the RIBA’s work on professional ethics and behaviour? Do you have practical experience in sustainable development?

The RIBA is calling for members and external experts to join the RIBA Commission on Ethics and Sustainable Development.

For further information on how to apply, please read the Application Guidance Document.

Deadline for applications: Wednesday 20 December 2017

Composition and operation of the Group

Above is the structure for the Ethics and Sustainable Development Commission.

The Commission will take evidence from a broad constituency and will be supported by a Consultative Group to test and challenge emerging findings.

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