Global civil society activity in St John's, Antigua-Barbuda
From UIA's International Meetings Statistics Report
St John's is ranked #1099 over a 20 year period,
with 18 meetings since 1998.
2018St John's is ranked #872 in 2018, with 0 meetings.
Organizations based in St John's
Caribbean Nurses Organization Est. 1957
Eastern Caribbean Civil Aviation Authority Est. 1986
Caribbean Family Planning Affiliation Est. 1971
The Conference of the Methodist Church in the Caribbean and the Americas
Caribbean Council for the Blind Est. 1967
Past Events in St John's
2017 Annual Meeting – Caribbean Meteorological Organization
2017 Traveller Identification Programme (TRIP) Regional Seminar – International Civil Aviation Organization
2015 Meeting – International Hydrographic Organization
2013 Meeting – Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States
2013 Regional Runway Safety Seminar – International Civil Aviation Organization
2012 Annual Conference – Institute of Chartered Accountants of the Caribbean
2012 Caribbean Workshop on Strengthening Parliamentary Oversight – ParlAmericas
2011 Annual Conference – International Stillbirth Alliance
2011 Annual Conference – Association of Caribbean Commissioners of Police
2008 Annual Meeting of the Conference of Heads of Government – Caribbean Community
2007 Annual conference / Annual Caribbean Sports Medicine Conference – Caribbean Sports Medicine Association
2006 Annual meeting – Caribbean Meteorological Organization
2006 Caribbean environmental forum – Caribbean Environmental Health Institute
2006 RECARIBE : annual wider Caribbean waste management conference
2004 Meeting – Caribbean Community
2003 Annual conference – Caribbean Public Services Association
2001 Annual Conference – Caribbean Association of Insurance Regulators
2000 Meeting – Caribbean Community
1998 Annual conference – Caribbean Studies Association
1998 Congress – Confederation of North and Central American and Caribbean Association Football
1998 Latin American and Caribbean regional meeting
1998 Regional NGO meeting
1998 Regional workshop on strengthening national human rights institutions in the Caribbean – Commonwealth Secretariat
1998 Midyear members meeting – CANTO
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