Fédération internationale des associations vexillologiques (FIAV)
International Federation of Vexillological Associations
Federación Internacional de Asociaciones Vexilológicas
Internationale Föderation Vexillologischer Gesellschaften
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Founded 3 Sep 1967, Rüschlikon (Switzerland). Officially launched when statutes adopted, 7 Sep 1969, Boston MA (USA); statutes amended 29 Sep 1983. Statutes were replaced by current constitution, adopted 27 Sep 1989, and amended 12 Aug 1997, 29 July 1999, 23 July 2001, 7 Aug 2007, 14 July 2009 and 8 Aug 2017.
Unite those associations and institutions throughout the world whose object is the pursuit of vexillology, which is the creation and development of a body of knowledge about flags of all types, their forms and functions and of scientific theories and principles based on that knowledge.Available with paid subscription only.
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