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RIBA Ethics and Sustainable Development Commission

RIBA Ethics and Sustainable Development Commission

The RIBA has established a new 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.

The RIBA is pleased to announce the membership of the Commission, as follows:

  • Peter Oborn - Chair of Commission and Sustainable Development Group
  • Chris McCann - Sustainable Development - External Expert
  • Roger Burton - Sustainable Development
  • Mina Hasman - Sustainable Development
  • Richard Parnaby - Sustainable Development
  • Julie Gwilliam - Sustainable Development
  • Indy Johar - Chair of Ethics Group
  • Stephen Hill - Ethics - External Expert
  • Cristina Cerulli - Ethics
  • Sumita Singha - Ethics
  • Alasdair Ben Dixon - Ethics
  • Simon Foxell - Ethics

The broader Consultative Group will be announced shortly.

Are you a student or aspiring built environment professional with an interest in ethics and/or sustainable development?

The RIBA Ethics and Sustainable Development Commission is now up and running and is inviting applications from young professionals in the built environment to join the group. Two 'Youth Commissioners' (one leading on Ethics, one on Sustainable Development) will be appointed to join the Commission and will take an active role in helping to shape the Institute’s work.

To apply, please send a CV and max. 200 word cover note explaining your interest to thecommission@riba.org by Thursday 19 April 2018.

Applications will be considered and assessed in line with the process and criteria in the Application Guidance Document.

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