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Inclusion transparency report

In our second annual inclusion transparency report, we reflect on our EDI progress to date, our evolving strategy, and our goals for the future.

Inequalities exist in the world of architecture and the RIBA has a key role to play in driving necessary and overdue change.

Through being fairer, more inclusive, and socially responsible, we are committed to supporting people of all identities, backgrounds, and circumstances, to access architecture.

We are working hard to create a culturally intelligent and inclusive organisation and architecture profession, through systemic change of policies and processes, and by equipping individuals and teams to develop inclusive behaviours.

We are committed to fostering a culture that enables people to develop the knowledge and skills that enable effective participation and collaboration - breaking down barriers wherever they exist.

Here, in our second Inclusion transparency report, we share our learnings and hold ourselves accountable for our actions. We also hope to inspire others to help drive vital cultural change to ensure equity for all.

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