International Architects, Designers, Planners for Social Responsibility (ARC-PEACE)
1987-07-15 Brighton UK
Founded 15 Jul 1987, Brighton (UK), as International Architects, Designers, Planners for the Prevention of Nuclear War (IADPPNW). Present name adopted at IUA Congress, 1990, Montréal QC (Canada). Charter revised, 18 Jun 1993, Chicago IL (USA) and 17 Apr 2008, Barcelona (Spain). Registered in accordance with Swedish law.
Pursue actively the reduction and subsequent elimination of nuclear, biological, chemical weapons and other means of mass annihilation, both on earth and in space, and support avenues for non-violent resolution of conflicts; exercise professional expertise in helping to protect the natural environment from further destruction and to design, improve and preserve a socially responsible built environment, including disaster risk management and human safety; support diversion of funds from weaponry to the above needs and to other critical obligations of society; promote enabling housing strategies, methods and techniques to enhance capability of people, particularly the poor, to build their own housing and living environment and also improve the same.
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General Assembly (every 2 years). Board of up to 20 members, including Executive Committee, comprising 2 Co-Chairs, Secretary and Treasurer.
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