Watch our session on advocacy and the importance of built environment professionals embracing what it means to be a good citizen – with Tania Davidge and Colleen Peterson in conversation with Justine Clark and Sarah Lynn Rees. Access the CPD questions below.
What does it mean to be a good citizen as a built environment professional? What are the avenues for participating? What does speaking up and organising in the public realm mean for our professional lives, individually and collectively? Watch our lively conversation with Tania and Colleen, and read Tania’s thoughts on the topic here.
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The 2020 series of Light at the End of the Tunnel was a collaboration between Parlour and Monash Architecture, and is supported by all our Parlour Partners. This session was held online 12.30–1.30pm AEDT, Friday 18 December 2020.