Asociación Internacional de Derecho de Aguas (AIDA)
Association internationale du droit des eaux
International Association for Water Law
1967-05-30 Washington DC USA
Founded 30 May 1967, Washington DC (USA), during the international conference 'Water for Peace'. Charter finalized and adopted 25 Mar 1968, Valencia (Spain), as amended 30 Jun 1997, 31 Oct 2001, 25 Jun 2003 and 29 Dec 2008. Previously also known under the English and French acronyms IAWL – AIDE.
Foster evolution, study, knowledge, understanding and application of water law, national and international, with a view to raining awareness and the knowledge and practice of this field of the law of natural resources.
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