Global civil society activity in Sandefjord, Norway

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Sandefjord  is a Norwegian city and the most populous municipality in Vestfold og Telemark county, Norway. The administrative center of the municipality is the city of Sandefjord. The municipality of Sandefjord was established on 1 January 1838. The municipality of Sandar was merged into Sandefjord on 1 January 1969. On 1 January 2017, rural municipalities of Andebu and Stokke were merged into Sandefjord as part of a nationwide municipal reform.

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Meetings Statistics

From UIA's International Meetings Statistics Report

20 years

Sandefjord is ranked #1380 over a 20 year period,
with 12 meetings since 1998.


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

Organizations based in Sandefjord

Nordic Singer and Musician Workers Association Est. 1947

View More profiles (1 total) in the Yearbook of International Organizations

Future Events in Sandefjord

2020 Triennial SymposiumNordic Concrete Federation

View More Future Events (1 total) in The International Congress Calendar

Past Events in Sandefjord

2014 Annual General Assembly – International Federation of Shipmasters Associations
2013 Biennial Congress – Scandinavian Association of Urology
2011 Conference
2011 Enlarged Halden Programme Group Meeting
2011 Waste Management Meeting
2010 International conference on war tax resistance and peace tax campaigns / Biennial International Conference – Conscience and Peace Tax International
2009 Triennial Congress – Federation of Scandinavian Paint and Varnish Technologists
2008 Conference – Women in Aviation International
2008 Meeting – Nordic Ships' Officers Congress
2007 Conference / Scandinavian Rubber Conference – Nordic Rubber Council
2006 International Chiropractic Sports Symposium and General Assembly – International Federation of Sports Chiropractic
2004 International meeting on high burn-up fuel performance, safety and reliability – Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
2004 Conference / Nordic Conference – Nordic Association of Campanology and Carillon
2000 General assembly / Biennial European Heart and Lung Transplant Games – European Heart and Lung Transplant Federation
2000 Annual meeting – North Atlantic Marine Mammal Commission
1999 International symposium on utilization of high-strength and high-performance concrete
1993 International conference on engineering solutions to industrial corrosion problems
1991 Annual Conference – European Cetacean Society
1990 Nordic symposium on computer simulations in natural sciences
1988 Conference – European Promotion Association for Composite Tanks and Tubulars
1986 Annual Congress – European Institute for Wood Preservation
1985 Plenary Session – International Rail Transport Committee
1984 Annual Conference – Nordic Ergonomics Society
1982 Conference – Bilderberg Meetings
1980 Conference – Confederation of European Maritime Technology Societies

View More Past Events (35 total) in The International Congress Calendar

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