Global civil society activity in Aberystwyth, UK

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Aberystwyth is an ancient market town, administrative centre, community, and holiday resort in Ceredigion, Wales. It is located near the confluence of the Ystwyth and the Afon Rheidol.

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Meetings Statistics

From UIA's International Meetings Statistics Report

20 years

Aberystwyth is ranked #1011 over a 20 year period,
with 21 meetings since 1998.


Aberystwyth is ranked #872 in 2018, with 0 meetings.

Organizations based in Aberystwyth

PRO SILVA Est. 1989

Mercator European Network for Documentation and Information on Lesser-Used Languages

David Davies Memorial Institute of International Studies Est. 1951

International Society for Diatom Research Est. 1985

Literature Across Frontiers Est. 2001

View More profiles (5 total) in the Yearbook of International Organizations

Past Events in Aberystwyth

2016 Biennial Conference – International Society for Adaptive Behavior
2014 General Meeting – European Grassland Federation
2012 Conference / Congress – International Shoulder Group
2012 Easter Meeting – Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour
2010 Conference / International Symposium – Mercator - Linguistic Rights and Legislation
2009 Biennial Conference – International Association for Media and History
2009 Conference – Diverse Network
2008 Congress / Annual Congress – Celtic Congress
2005 International symposium – Mercator - Linguistic Rights and Legislation
2005 Conference on glacial sedimentary processes and products – International Association of Sedimentologists
2005 International symposium – Mercator European Research Centre on Multilingualism and Language Learning
2004 Triennial congress / Triennial International Congress – Society of Romance Linguistics
2003 Congress – International Congress of Celtic Studies
2003 International symposium – Mercator European Research Centre on Multilingualism and Language Learning
2003 International Symposium – Mercator - Linguistic Rights and Legislation
2003 Annual Continental Conference – Scientific and Medical Network
2002 Biennial conference / Biennial International Conference – International Society for the Study of European Ideas
2002 International conference on romantic orientalism
2000 Meeting on resource allocation in crop plants – Association of Applied Biologists
2000 International conference on the structure of non-crystalline materials
2000 Inter-Celtic colloquium on hydrology and the management of water resources
2000 Triennial international conference on the structure of non-crystalline materials NCM' / Triennial International Conference on the Structure of Non-Crystalline Materials - NCM – International Commission on the Structure and Dynamics of Condensed Matter
1999 Biennial conference – International Water History Association
1999 Annual Conference – Performance Studies International
1998 Points of contact international conference

View More Past Events (47 total) in The International Congress Calendar

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