International Affiliation of Writers' Guilds (IAWG)
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1986 Toronto ON Canada
1986, Toronto ON (Canada), replacing H-XC2822 - International Writers Guild (IWG).
Procure adequate international laws or treaties; improve relations among nations in copyright, labour relations and taxation; promote freedom of expression and of communication and to oppose censorship in whatever form it may take; promote fair dealings and to cultivate harmony, cordial relationship and understanding among the members of affiliated Guilds; procure better working conditions for members of the affiliated Guilds; disseminate information on members' rights and interests; enforce standard minimum contracts established by any of the affiliated Guilds in radio, television and motion pictures.
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Affiliation Conference. Officers: Chairman, Secretary.
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