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26 April: One-day course - Legal Guidance, Ethical Frameworks for Architect Volunteers

17 April 2013

Training for architects, architectural assistants and students planning to volunteer in the humanitarian and development sector.
26 April 2013, 9am-5pm

An expert team of professionals with direct experience in humanitarian development work will raise and discuss the complex questions and issues that volunteers are faced with when volunteering/working for charities both internationally and in the UK.

Full price - £130 (per place)
Concession price - £80 (for students only)

Visit our webpage for more info and to book your place, or contact Celeste Miles (ABE registry) [email protected]

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