European Leisure and Recreation Association (ELRA)
Association européenne du loisir
Europäische Gesellschaft für Freizeit
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1972-01-10 Zurich Switzerland
10 Jan 1972, Zurich (Switzerland), as European Regional Organization of B-XB2404 - World Leisure Organization (WLO). Statutes adopted 26 Sep 1972. Relaunched 15 Jul 1996, Cardiff (UK), at General Assembly. Revised Statutes; 1999. Registered in accordance with Dutch law.
Represent the European leisure movement through cooperation with national, European and international leisure and recreation organizations and official bodies, and exchange of information, experience and expertise among them; encourage proper planning of leisure and recreation resources and develop such facilities as sports and play areas, community and cultural centres, recreation parks and nature reserves in urban, rural and holiday areas; sponsor and make known studies in the field; raise standards in the training of personnel engaged in organizing and administering leisure and recreation activities and facilities; foster exchange of views and expertise within the industry.
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