Global civil society activity in Watford, UK

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Watford is a town and borough in Hertfordshire, England, 15 miles (24 km) northwest of central London.

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Organizations based in Watford

World EOD Foundation

European Construction Institute Est. 1990

Society of Business Economists Est. 1953

European Society for Communicative Psychotherapy Est. 1990

International Child Development Programme Est. 1985

Havergal Brian Society Est. 1974

Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers Est. 1972

Integral Est. 2004

European College of Veterinary Microbiology

View More profiles (9 total) in the Yearbook of International Organizations

Past Events in Watford

2019 Summit – North Atlantic Treaty Organization
2013 Conference – Bilderberg Meetings
2005 Meeting – Joint Committee on Structural Safety
2002 Global leaders summit on tall buildings – International Council for Research and Innovation in Building and Construction
2002 Annual Congress – International Association of Margaret Morris Method
2001 Annual Congress – International Association of Margaret Morris Method
2000 Annual Congress – International Association of Margaret Morris Method
1998 International conference on intelligent buildings / Conference – Intelligent Building Group
1998 European conference on product data technology
1998 Biennial conference / Biennial Conference - ECPPM – European Association for Product and Process Modelling in the Building Industry
1990 Annual plenary meeting – International Biodeterioration Research Group
1989 Conference – European CATIA Users Association

View More Past Events (12 total) in The International Congress Calendar

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