Commonwealth of knowledge The Commonwealth Association of Architects can play an important role in spreading the lessons of the Habitat Agenda
The commonwealth of nations is 50 this year, sustained by its use of a common language for commu-nication and a linked history which has developed commonalties in the institutions of civic society. It continues to prosper in a rapidly networking world to improve the quality of human existence and attracting a younger generation.
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