Global civil society activity in Libreville, Gabon
Libreville is the capital city of and largest city in the Gabonese Republic, in western central Africa. The city is a port on the Komo River, near the Gulf of Guinea, and a trade center for a timber region. As of the 2013 census, its population was 703,904.
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From UIA's International Meetings Statistics Report
Libreville is ranked #453 over a 20 year period,
with 77 meetings since 1998.
2018Libreville is ranked #429 in 2018, with 2 meetings.
Organizations based in LibrevilleCommission régionale de contrôle des assurances dans les Etats africains Est. 1995
Inter-African Conference on Insurance Markets Est. 1992
African Institute of Informatics Est. 1971
Conseil des ministres des assurances Est. 1992
African Judo Union Est. 1961
Regional Fisheries Committee for the Gulf of Guinea Est. 1984
Council for Peace and Security in Central Africa Est. 1999
Club of Directors of Banks and Credit Establishments of French-Speaking Africa Est. 1989
Aventures sans frontières Est. 1992
Central Africa Protected Areas Network Est. 2000
Past Events in Libreville
2018 Annual General Assembly – Inter-African Coffee Organization
2018 AfriGEOSS Week and Symposium – Group on Earth Observations
2017 Congrès Annuel – Society of Anaesthesiologists of Black Africa - Francophone
2016 Biennial Ministerial Conference – Conference of Ministers of Education in French-Speaking Countries
2015 Workshop on Effective Shoreline Clean-Up and Waste Management Operations – International Maritime Organization
2015 Annual Conference – African Association of International Law
2015 Congress – Conference of Constitutional Jurisdictions of Africa
2015 Ministerial Meeting – United Nations Standing Advisory Committee on Security Questions in Central Africa
2013 Session – International Tropical Timber Organization
2013 Forum Africain de Métrologie – African Committee of Metrology
2013 Annual General Meeting – African Quality Assurance Network
2013 General Conference – Association of African Universities
2013 Seminar on Gender-Sensitive Parliaments – Inter-Parliamentary Union
2013 Colloque International – International Association for the Work of Doctor Albert Schweitzer of Lambaréné
2013 Session – United Nations Economic Commission for Africa
2013 Extraordinary General Assembly – Central Africa Protected Areas Network
2013 Assembly – Secrétariat international des infirmières et infirmiers de l'espace francophone
2012 Annual General Assembly and Triennial Congress – Africa Union of Architects
2012 Subsaharian Africa conference / Science and Technology for Development in Africa Conference – Union internationale des ingénieurs et des scientifiques utilisant la langue française
2011 Pan-African congress – African Network of Cultural Promoters and Contractors
2011 Council Session – African and Malagasy Council for Higher Education
2011 Meeting – Association of African Managers and Partners of Roads
2010 Congress – African Society of Gynaecologists and Obstetricians
2010 General assembly / Congress – CEVAA - Communauté d'églises en mission
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