IFLA World Working Group on Emerging Professionals' Advocate

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Per i Soci AIAPP, pubblichiamo di seguito la richiesta inoltrata da IFLA Europe riguardante la necessità di eleggere il proprio rappresentante al Gruppo di Lavoro degli Avvocati Emergenti di IFLA World.


IFLA Europe needs to elect its representative to the Emerging Professionals’ Advocate Working Group at IFLA World level. The Emerging Professionals’ Advocate (EPA) working group is an international working group of young professionals and students of landscape architecture or relevant disciplines established aiming to create a community and integrate the voice of young professionals within IFLA. The EPA brings and bonds together a community of students and young professionals of landscape architecture by creating network opportunities across the world. Our activities aim to facilitate interaction and communication within the IFLA regions and enable the transfer of knowledge and skills between members. The goal is the students and young professionals to have an established network where they can get guidance, find out about resources, events and news of the profession and for IFLA to support them across all its regions and build a bridge between professional assets and education.


Vision & Mission

Vision: To become a recognised body of young professionals and students that provides an established international network and connects newly accredited landscape architects and students with businesses, practices and like-minded (student) associations worldwide.


Mission: To create a framework for young professionals that will support and enhance their induction to practice by effectively engaging the national organisations, academia, business and public sector in order to connect individuals and associations and secure the future of the profession across all the IFLA regions.


Strategic Areas of Focus: Students, national associations, events and activities that bring value to young professionals

Strategic Goals: Network, form a bond with practice, form a bond with students across the regions

You are kindly asked to propose a young professional from your National Association after which we will collect all received proposals with CVs and select a representative from IFLA Europe region. The deadline for the submission of proposals is 1 October 2023.


Please do not hesitate to contact me should you need more information: secretariat@iflaeurope.eu

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