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International Conference of Non-Governmental Organizations
16 - 18 December 2020 Envisioning a better and sustainable future
A new paradigm for civil society.
on Thursday 17 December 2020 from 13h00 to 14h30 (CET)
Topic: There were significant developments for non-profit associations during 2020 and we expect to see at least as much action in 2021.
During this annual lunch-debate (replaced by a webinar this year), various
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Lancement de Citoyens UNESCO pour la planète / Launch of UNESCO Green Citizens
disarmament", the ratification of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear
Weapons will now come into force on 22 January, after Honduras became the
50th Member State to ratify on Saturday.
The UN Secretary-General António Guterres in a statement commended all the
countries whose ratification of the accord, approved by 122 nations at the
The UIA welcomes its newest Associate Member, the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC).
UIA Virtual Round Table Asia-Pacific
Seoul Tourism Organization (STO),
host of UIA virtual Round Table Asia-pacific 2020, has donated the total income
from registration fees for this event as scholarships for two students from
disadvantaged socio-economic backgrounds.
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We are proud to announce that Kraków has been shortlisted as a host city for the 61st ICCA Congress! The International Congress and Convention Association has selected 3 cities as potential organisers of the 2022 event. Kraków’s rivals are Athens and Bangkok.
The ninth edition of Meetings Week Poland (MWP) was devoted to the meetings industry 2.0, i.e. to the transformation that both the industry and the tools it offers are undergoing. The participants, touching upon various aspects of the meetings and events market, saw - in a difficult pandemic situation - the opportunity to create a market from scratch and take advantage of the chance to make a difference.