Use your influence at this month's Royal Charter EGM

With the crucial vote to progress IEMA's  journey towards chartership less than two weeks away, members are powering up to influence the biggest-ever change in the institute’s history.

IEMA is working to achieve a Royal Charter to catalyse recognition and value for IEMA members on a completely new scale. We have successfully completed all preliminary requirements set by the Privy Council (advisers to the Queen), which means the next and most important step is for members to give permission to progress to the formal application stage. 

A Royal Charter to boost value, respect and influence for members across the globe. Being a member of a chartered body will add sought-after professional gravitas to your CV and help your employers, clients and colleagues to view your work and membership with the same respect as other established professions. This is a critical decision, as achieving a Royal Charter will recognise all that IEMA has already achieved and provide a new platform to grow, influence and transform the world to sustainability. 

Later this month, all members will have the chance to vote through a special resolution, granting permission for IEMA to officially petition for a Royal Charter. The vote will be held during an extraordinary general meeting (EGM) on Tuesday 15 May at the historic Vintners’ Hall in London. All members are entitled to attend in person or vote via ...

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