International Association for Impact Assessment

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JUL
13
Committees and Task Forces seeking volunteers

Blog post by Executive Director David Bancroft

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JUL
01
RE-ENVISIONING IMPACT ASSESSMENT

Blog post by Executive Director David Bancroft

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JUN
30
CURTAILING WORK ON IMPACT ASSESSMENTS DUE TO COVID-19 IS UNJUSTIFIED

Blog post by Executive Director David Bancroft

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JUN
24
ELIMINATING IMPACT ASSESSMENT IS IRRESPONSIBLE

Blog post by Executive Director David Bancroft

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JUN
19
Session proposals, compliance webinar, new publications, and more

Check out the latest enews, sent 19 June

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JUN
11
Black Lives Matter

As impact assessment professionals, we have a unique opportunity to help implement change.

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MAY
14
Webinars, virtual symposium, and a new publication

Check out the latest enews, sent 14 May

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APR
16
Virtual AGM, air quality webinar, and more

Check out the latest enews, sent 16 April

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MAR
25
Displacement key citations, IAIA20 rescheduled, and more

Check out the latest enews, sent 25 March

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APR
23
IAIA COVID-19 Pandemic Statement

We make the case for impact assessment and for its centrality to good decision making

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ABOUT IAIA NEWS

The IAIA News feed is updated regularly with both IAIA and impact assessment world news. Have news to share? Contact jen@iaia.org!

IAIA Board members share monthly posts on relevant topics, and IAIA members are invited to write guest posts as well. Check out the Guidelines for Guest Posts if you are interested in contributing.

 


 

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