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Jane Duncan: What I'll do as next RIBA president

In an exclusive interview with the AJ, Jane Duncan talks about tackling the profession’s lack of diversity and what she will offer architects if elected as the next RIBA president

Buckinghamshire-based architect Duncan, who is the current RIBA equality and diversity champion, has unveiled a three-point plan which focuses on ‘pride, profit and people’.

She has said she will better communicate the value of the RIBA to its members, address the pay disparity between men and women, and promote the leadership of architects in the construction industry.

Voting is set to take place between the 17 June and 23 July.

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