|Areas of expertise & Fields of activity:
- Climate change
- Rural Development
|Country of activity:
- United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
|Millennium Development Goals:
- Ensure environmental sustainability
|Year established (YYYY):
|Year of registration (YYYY):
||Architects for Peace is a humanitarian, not for profit incorporated professional organisation, under the Associations Incorporation Act 1981 Section 7.
All activities produced by Architects for Peace, including website, pro bono, seminars and annual conference, are organised, implemented, created and maintained by volunteers.
the steering committee:
Beatriz C. Maturana (president founder): public relations, news editor and website design.
Eleanor Chapman (vice-president): words@bld50 coordinator and pro bono service.
Matthew Bond (treasurer)
Anthony McInneny (public officer): communication, public art and local city councils.
Peter Johns (secretary): arch-peace & butterpaper forums.
Edith Wong: arch-peace's membership person, internet groups moderator, graphic design.
Find more about the steering committee and other teams at: http://www.architectsforpeace.org/team.php
|Number and type of members:
||Arch-peace has three types of memberships:
AU $35 - standard member (from any OECD country)
AU $15 - student member (from any OECD country)
AU $0 - affiliated (countries not listed as OECD)
AU $190 - business member (from any/all countries)
All members have the same rights--one vote per members.
Total number of members: 505
|Affiliation with NGO networks:
||Unesco Observatory (Australia); Design Research Institute RMIT;
- Membership fees or dues
- Donations and grants from domestic sources