Global civil society activity in Breda, Netherlands
Breda is a city and municipality in the southern part of the Netherlands, located in the province of North Brabant. The name derived from brede Aa and refers to the confluence of the rivers Mark and Aa.
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Organizations based in BredaWorld Society of Pain Clinicians
International Union of Independent Laboratories Est. 1960
European Football for Development Network Est. 2014
Past Events in Breda
2015 Annual Conference – European Health Management Association
2006 Annual general assembly – Union of European Chambers of Commerce for Transport
1998 Biennial congress – Interallied Confederation of Reserve Non Commissioned Officers
1997 Meeting – Association of European Comparative Clinical Pathology
1992 Annual summer congress / Annual Summer Meeting – Interallied Confederation of Reserve Officers
1992 Annual congress / Congress – Interallied Confederation of Medical Reserve Officers
1990 East-West relationship conference
1989 Annual congress – European Histamine Research Society
1988 Annual congress – International Association of Scientific Experts in Tourism
1987 Seminar – Benelux Union
1987 General Assembly – International Union of Professional Drivers
1984 General Assembly – International Federation of Tourist Centres
1981 Annual Congress – Confederation of International Beverages Associations
1981 Annual General Assembly – Union of European Beverages Associations
1970 International Festival – International Heinrich Schütz Society
1969 Annual International Conference – International Ecumenical Fellowship
1969 Congress – Interallied Confederation of Medical Reserve Officers
1969 Annual Summer Meeting – Interallied Confederation of Reserve Officers
1964 Annual Summer Meeting – Interallied Confederation of Reserve Officers
1951 Biennial International Conference – International Society for the Sociology of Religions
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