Global civil society activity in Brno, Czech Rep
Brno is a city in the South Moravian Region of Czechia. Located at the confluence of the Svitava and Svratka rivers, Brno has about 400,000 inhabitants, making it the second-largest city in the Czech Republic after the capital, Prague. Its metropolitan area has around 1,183,207 inhabitants.
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From UIA's International Meetings Statistics Report
Brno is ranked #274 over a 20 year period,
with 142 meetings since 1998.
2018Brno is ranked #429 in 2018, with 2 meetings.
Organizations based in BrnoEuropean Society for New Methods in Agricultural Research Est. 1969
European Society for Clinical Neuropharmacology Est. 1983
International Construction Information Society Est. 1994
European Association of Veterinary Anatomists Est. 1963
Institute for Strategic Studies, Brno Est. 1999
European Association for the Study of Religions Est. 2000
Association Justice and Environment Est. 2003
European Network for Academic Integrity
Future Events in BrnoINTERSPEECH Conference – International Speech Communication Association
2021 Annual Conference – European Association of Taiwan Studies
Past Events in Brno
2020 European Meeting – Mensa International
2018 Biennial Conference – European Society for the Study of English
2018 Meeting – Institute for European Policy
2018 EuroVis : Symposium on Visualization – European Association for Computer Graphics
2017 Autumn Assembly – European Pharmaceutical Students' Association
2017 Annual Conference – European Culture Collections' Organization
2017 Annual General Meeting – Council of Managers of National Antarctic Programs
2017 Session – European Youth Parliament
2017 Annual World Assembly – International Council on Education for Teaching
2017 Annual General Assembly and Scientific Conference – Organization of European Cancer Institutes
2017 Biennial Technical Workshop – European Investment Casters' Federation
2017 Annual Conference – European Law Faculties Association
2016 Annual Conference – International Association for Comparative Mythology
2015 Education Conference on TVET and Workplace Learning – Asia-Europe Meeting
2015 ECCN Biennial Congress – International Federation of Clinical Neurophysiology
2015 Annual Conference – International Society for Medical Innovation and Technology
2015 Annual Workshop – European Research Network on Transitions in Youth
2015 Annual Symposium – International Association for Vegetation Science
2015 Assembly – International Construction Information Society
2015 Congress and Assembly of Delegates – European Spinal Cord Injury Federation
2015 Spring Meeting / Meeting – European Federation of Older Students at Universities
2015 Annual Congress and General Assembly – International Catholic Federation of Physical Education and Sports
2015 Conference – International Conference on the Strength of Metals and Alloys
2014 Annual Conference – ENCATC
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