Society for Threatened Peoples International (STP International)
Association pour les peuples menacés international (APM International)
Gesellschaft für Bedrohte Völker International (GfbV International)
Asociación para la Defensa de los Pueblos Amenazados Internacional
Associazione per i Popoli Minacciati Internazionale (APM Internazionale)
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1968-06 Hamburg Germany FR
Jun 1968, Hamburg (Germany FR), by Tilman Zülch and Klaus Guerke, as Aktion Biafra-Hilfe (Help Biafra), a Federal German national organization. Scope widened and current title adopted in 1970. Transferred to Göttingen (Germany FR) in 1979.
Campaign against genocide and discrimination of threatened ethnic and religious minorities or nationalities worldwide.
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General Assembly (annual). Management Board. Executive Committee, comprising President and 6 members. Arbitration Commission. Advisory Council. Central Office in Göttingen (Germany). International Chapters (6) in: Bolzano (Italy); Paris (France); Bern (Switzerland); Sarajevo (Bosnia-Herzegovina); Vienna (Austria); New York NY (USA); Temuco (Chile); Arbil/Kurdistan-Iraq. Regional groups; voluntary coordinators.
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