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RIBA overturns controversial Israel motion


Finally, common sense has prevailed over this lengthy / costly and ludicrous campaign. Now that this is over, I do hope that RIBA can now focus on its members and fight for further changes in the planning system that is vital for the future of architecture in the UK. For those people who are disappointed about this decision, if you do your research I am sure you will find a more appropriate platform for whatever agenda you have. Boycotting does not promote dialogue between sides (which is badly needed in this current situation) it only creates further division and this is not good for peace or a stable future.

Posted date

4 December, 2014

Posted time

4:59 pm