The Advocacy Committee of the ICMA has been charged to receive and evaluate concerns from the membership; to seek out and to disseminate issues concerning advocacy (professional, preservation and social concerns); and to pass on recommendation to the executive on issues considered to be valid to the membership as a whole.
Glenn Peers, chair (2018); Madeline Caviness (2017), Celia Chazelle (2017), Theresa Flanigan (2018), Christina Maranci (2018), Paul Wordsworth (2019) Tawfiq Da’adli (2019)
The current Hungarian government has proposed amendments to the National Higher Education Law that would make it impossible for the Central European University – and possibly other international institutions – to continue operations within the country.
The ICMA is committed to democratic values of dialogue, inclusion, diversity and the free flow of people and ideas.
The administration of the University of Osnabrück, Germany, is threatening to close down its degree programs in art history, and close its well-known nstitute of Art History.
It is time to take action and make clear to the President and Members of Congress that you value federal funding for the humanities.
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