The session will review AICP Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct as it relates to social justice, equity, and unconscious bias and give tips on how to comply with the Code and do the right thing as a planner. There will be a substantial Q&A and discussion period. Earn Ethics or Equity or regular CM credits.
What is advocacy planning, how does it relate to current DEI efforts, and how does it influence the obligation of planners today to serve the public and do the right thing? Join Consulting Planners of Mass. for a panel discussion Wed., Nov. 29 at 5:00 p.m. with urban planners: Daphne Politis, FAICP, David Lee, FAIA, Ken Reardon and Pedro Soto. This session is in-person with hybrid option. Light dinner. Small fee to attend but FREE for students. Register by Mon., Nov. 27 so we have enough food. Sponsored by Urban Edge Housing Corp. and UMass Boston Urban Planning and Community Development.
Register here: https://www.consultingplanners.org/events