Conselho Internacional dos Arquitetos de Lingua Portuguesa (CIALP)

International Council of Portuguese-Speaking Architects
Conseil international des architectes de langue officielle portugaise

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History

Founded 1991.

Aims

Develop and advance favourable conditions for unity between members, and solidarity between the architects of the countries and territories that make up the CIALP regardless of political ideologies and religious creeds and with that aim of creating opportunities and dignified conditions for exercise of the profession; cooperates in the spheres of architecture in which the architect carries out his/her professional activity in the cultural, scientific, technological and economic development of member countries and territories, under the principle of primacy and protection of the higher interest of their peoples, and in particular the less privileged in terms of architectural and urbanistic infrastructures; provide channels for relationships of mutual collaboration and cooperation with international professional and cultural organizations; contribute to promotion and protection of architectural heritage and of the architect as a professional; promote all activity related with strengthening elements of cultural identity that unite architects to the benefit of architecture and the respective peoples.

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Activities

Promotes regular meetings and encounters that serve as forums for thought and debate on architecture and the exercise of the profession in member countries and territories.

Structure

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Languages

English, Portuguese.

Relations with Non-Governmental Organizations

Relations with 2 non-governmental organizations.
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Members

Members in 7 countries
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UN Sustainable Development Goals **

GOAL 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities

UIA Org ID

N4850

Last News Received

12. Jun 2013
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