CAA President George Henderson attended this seminar entitled ‘The role of the surveyor in Sustainable Development’ and made a presentation

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Collaboration with UIA on the UIA Practice Accord setting standards in architectural practice globally. 18 of CAA members are not members of UIA so CAA’s participation brings wider representation. Attended by CAA President, George Henderson (UK) and Chairman of Practice, Phillip Kungu (Kenya) w

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Supported by CIB, the foremost international institution for the collection and dissemination of research and practice in built environment issues, this conference brought together significant parties involved in housing delivery in Africa to assess previous policies against outcomes. Rusi Khamb

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This unique annual event brings together the region’s significant designers to review each other’s work. CAA sponsored the keynote speaker Chris Abel from UK (although currently living in Malta), a writer on Malaysian architecture and architects who spoke on the inclusion of ecological values

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This seminar hosted by the Ghana Institute of Architects had the theme ‘Migration and Urbanisation, effects on the planned city and its environment’ with the intention that it provide a timely forum to discuss the future of Accra, which currently faces these issues as it enters the 21st centu

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CAA vice-president Oceania Russell Hawken based in New Zealand is developing a framework whereby these small communities of architects can participate in the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) programmes of the larger institutes on a regular basis. This year delegates attended the RAIA Con

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With the theme of Inclusion in the housing delivery process (Cultural, urban, development industry, social, environmental inclusion). Sponsorship allowed CAA to promote the ‘Cities and Sustainability’ programme to the profession and related disciplines in Australia.

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Charles Correa was funded by CAA to deliver the Trinidad and Tobago Institute of Architects public lecture.

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Fire safety seminars Dar es Salaam and Nairobi. In the wake of recent serious fires in buildings these seminars aimed to raise awareness of planning for fire safety in buildings and as a catalyst for enhancing local regulations.

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A CAA grant enabled a South African Institute of Architects CPD seminar on contracting and practice to be held in Port Elizabeth for Architects and other professionals.

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