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Regional committee as established per proposed C&BL.
Chair: Ms. Virginia Laboranti - virginialaboranti@fibertel.com.ar

APR Cultural Landscape Committee

Regional committee as established per proposed C&BL.
Chair: Dr Nor Atiah


Regional committee as established per proposed C&BL.
Chair: Mr. Hiko Mitani - mls_mitani@ybb.ne.jp


• Developing a comprehensive international communication strategy between regions, including different target groups (e.g. students, academics and practitioners) associated with the landscape architecture realm.
• Supporting, supervising and expanding all the activities that relate to communication in IFLA, internally and externally.
• Developing and monitoring the implementation of lines of actions for the IFLA webpage.
• Ensuring that a communication workshop or panel discussion in relation to communication aspects of IFLA takes place during every World Congress and regional conference.
Chair: Dr. Paula Villagra Islas - pvillagi@uc.cl
Standing committee


The Competitions' task force purpose is to act as the communication link and policy guide for international competitions. To promote landscape architecture competitions and support those who wish to hold such competitions, within the guidelines of IFLA's policies at the time in force.
Coordinator: Prof. Beverly A. Sandalack - sandalac@ucalgary.ca
Standing position


The activities of the IFLA Cultural Landscapes Committee (CLC) address the safeguarding, protection, conservation and preservation of cultural landscapes through technical support, education, research, advocacy and other measures determined by the Committee. Please visit IFLA CLC website
Chair: Ms. Patricia O'Donnell - odonnell@heritagelandscapes.cc
Standing committee


IFLA International Education Committee supports the advancement of professional education worldwide through IFLA’s Charter of Landscape Architectural Education which sets out IFLA guidance on procedures for the recognition and accreditation of education programmes.
Chair: Prof. James Taylor - iflajt@msn.com
Standing committee


The aim of this task force is to collate and produced the most comprehensive listing of landscape architecture international education opportunities sorted country by country.
Coordinator: Ms. Gloria Aponte Garcia - ecotono@etb.net.co
Standing position


Regional committee as established per proposed C&BL.
Chair: Mr. Carlo Bruschi - carlo.bruschi@tin.it


The functions of the Finance Commission are:
To review the annual budget prepared by the Treasurer of IFLA with the view of recommending it to the World Council.
To review the membership fees and make recommendations to the World Council as and when the need arises.
To review the annual budgets prepared by the Regional Treasurers with the view of recommending them to the Regional Councils.

Standing committee as established per C&BL


Purpose of the Task Force: To develop an International Landscape Convention (GLC).

A key initiative of the task force is to develop a discussion document and additional strategies to enable the promotion of the concept of a GLC.
The task force will organise and facilitate meetings, the central aim of which will be to promote the initiative to international agencies with a view to securing support, collaboration and the international acceptance of the GLC.
Coordinator: Ms. Kathryn Moore - kathryn@harborne.u-net.com


Coordinator: Ms. Sekartjakrarini Soehartini - s_sekartjakrarini@yahoo.com


The Nominations Committee includes landscape architects from all four regions of IFLA, who represent the range of academic, public and private practice and have a thorough knowledge of the profession, its key practitioners, and international practice.
The Nominations Committee initiates a search for an appropriate candidate by soliciting nominations from IFLA World Council members, member associations and independent sources. The Committee also develops nominations to help ensure a broad range of qualified nominees for consideration as final candidates.
After the Nominations Committee agrees on a list of suitable candidates for the Award, it will seek the agreement of each candidate to be so nominated, and then obtain information supporting their nomination from them, which will then be referred to the nominee's national association for confirmation. The final confidential list of candidates is then supplied to the International Jury, which selects the recipient of the award. The Committee also submits a report on the Nominees and the Nominations process to the IFLA President.

Nominations committee Chair: Ms. Darwina Neal - darwina_neal@verizon.net
Jury Chair: Prof. Jenny B. Osuldsen - jenny@snohetta.com

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