Council of European Municipalities and Regions (CEMR)
Conseil des communes et régions d'Europe (CCRE)
Consejo de Municipios y Regiones de Europa (CMRE)
Rat der Gemeinden und Regionen Europas (RGRE)
Conselho dos Municipios e Regiões da Europa
Consiglio dei Comuni e delle Regioni d'Europa
Raad der Europese Gemeenten en Regios
Rådet för Europas Kommuner och Regioner
Europaeiske Kommuners og Regioners Råd
Euroopan Kuntien ja Alueiden Neuvosto
Simvulio ton Evropaikon Dimon ke Periferion
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1951-01-29 Geneva Switzerland
29 Jan 1951, Geneva (Switzerland), as Council of European Municipalities (CEM) – Conseil des communes d'Europe (CCE) – Consejo de Municipios de Europa – Rat der Gemeinden Europas (RGE) – Consiglio dei Comuni d'Europa – Raad der Europese Gemeenten. Previously referred to as Association of Local and Regional Authorities of Europe – Conseil européen des pouvoirs municipaux et régionaux (REG). Present name adopted 1984. As from 1 Jan 1991, following agreement signed 3 Oct 1990, Lisbon (Portugal), European regional section of B-XF6714 - World Organization of United Cities and Local Governments (UCLG). Most recent statutes adopted 11 Oct 2001. Registered in accordance with French law. EU Transparency Register: 81142561702-61.
Secure, strengthen and protect autonomy of local and regional authorities; facilitate operations of local and regional authorities, safeguard their liberties and contribute to their prosperity, in particular through development of inter-authority arrangements and undertakings; develop the European spirit amongst local and regional authorities with a view to promoting a federation of the European States founded on the autonomy of these communities; provide for the participation and representation of local and regional authorities in European and international institutions; achieve establishment amongst existing and future European institutions of an assembly representing local and regional authorities.
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'Assembly of Delegates' (every 3 years) consists of delegates of national associations and of direct members, representation depending on number of inhabitants of the country concerned: one for up to 100,000 inhabitants; 2 for 100,000-1 million; 3 for 1-5 million; 4 for 5-10 million; 5 for 10-20 million; 6 for 20-30 million; 7 for 30-40 million; 8 for 40-50 million; 9 for 50-60 million; 10 for over 60 million. 'Policy Committee' (meets twice a year), also with representation depending on number of inhabitants: one for up to 100,000 inhabitants; 2 for 100,000 to 5 million; 3 for 5-10 million; 4 for 10-30 million; 5 for 30-60 million; 6 for over 60 million. 'Executive Bureau', composed of President, 1st Vice President, a maximum of 9 Vice Presidents, including the Chairman of the Financial Management Committee and the Secretary General. International leadership comprises President, 1st Vice President, 3 Executive Presidents, 8 Vice Presidents who are members of the Bureau, 4 Vice Presidents who are not members of the Bureau and 2 Honorary Presidents. Committees (5); Working Groups (3).
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