European Association of Zoos and Aquaria (EAZA)
Founded 12 Feb 1988, Rockanje (Netherlands), as European Community Association of Zoos and Aquaria (ECAZA). Statutes adopted 9 Jun 1988. Current name adopted 14 Mar 1992, Stuttgart (Germany). EU Transparency Register: 058910411877-30.
Facilitate cooperation within the European zoo and aquarium community with the aim of furthering its professional quality in keeping animals and presenting them for the education of the public, and of contributing to scientific research and conservation of global diversity.
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General Meeting (annual); Council (meets twice a year); Executive Committee; Executive Office; Standing Committees (3), include: K-XF5473 - European Endangered Species Programme (EEP); Specialist Committees (7); Working Groups (8).
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