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IFLA 2013

Time: April 10, 2013 to April 12, 2013
Location: Auckland, New Zealand
Website or Map: http://www.ifla2013.com/
Event Type: conference
Organized By: NZILA & AILA
Latest Activity: Mar 26, 2013

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The New Zealand and Australian Institutes of Landscape Architects (NZILA and AILA) warmly invite you to be a part of the 50th International Federation of Landscape Architects World Congress (IFLA50) 10 - 12 April 2013.

IFLA is the organization which represents the landscape architectural profession globally, providing leadership and networks supporting the development of the profession and its effective participation in the realization of attractive, equitable and sustainable environments. An IFLA World Congress is an ideal opportunity to share and learn from diverse cultures, with attendees from 63 IFLA member countries.

IFLA 2013 – Shared Wisdom in An Age of Change, will be a celebration twice over. The 2013 Congress is the 50th IFLA congress and the 40th anniversary of the establishment of NZILA in New Zealand.

The theme for this 50th IFLA World Congress will focus on knowledge sharing around the increasingly challenging issues facing our local and global environments in an age of considerable and frequently dramatic change. It will provoke thought as to how we as the landscape profession can and should participate in the shaping and management of the future. 

 

Learn More and Register at http://www.ifla2013.com/

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