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RIBA councillor slams delegation to Israel


Brioche is revelling again his hysterical 'whataboutery' -the examples he gives are not relevant to this case, and are full of misrepresentations. This is a clear-cut, very legal issue of professional ethics that was democratically debated and decided on by the RIBA Council on 19 March 2014. It complies with all the UIA Resolutions and Articles, and is the responsibility of any member country to take up on the international stage, and has the back-up of international law. Not to take this up after a professional body has decided on it, is in fact professional misconduct, and a breach of professional ethics and a case of conflict of interest, and pandering to outside interest groups interfering in Council democracy and responsibilities. The RIBA must stop heeding all these threats and intimidation by outside lobbies and get on with the business of honouring its own Resolutions.

Posted date

17 November, 2014

Posted time

1:38 pm


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