International Council for Game and Wildlife Conservation
Conseil international de la chasse et de la conservation du gibier (CIC)
Internationaler Rat zur Erhaltung des Wildes und der Jagd
1930 Paris France
Founded 1930, Paris (France), by Maxime Ducrocq and a group of well known hunters. Original title: International Hunting Council -- Conseil international de la chasse. Subsequently: International Hunting and Shooting Council -- Conseil international de la chasse et du tir. New statutes adopted: 26 May 1968, Mamaia (Romania); May 1972, Texel (Netherlands); 1993, Krakow (Poland); 2001, Portoroz (Slovenia); 2005, Abu Dhabi (United Arab Emirates); 2011, St Petersburg (Russia). Registered by French Ministerial Decree: 29 May 1969; 20 Nov 1995. Registered by Austrian Ministerial Decree: 28 Jul 2003.
Promote sustainable hunting on a global scale as a tool for conservation while building on valued traditions.
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General Assembly (annual); Council; Executive Committee. Divisions (3); National Delegations (39); Legal seat located in Vienna (Austria). CIC Museum, Palarikovo (Slovakia).
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