Council of European Geodetic Surveyors
Comité de liaison des géomètres européens (CLGE)
1972 Germany FR
1972, Wiesbaden (Germany FR), as Comité de liaison des géomètres de la CEE. Subsequently referred to as European Surveyors' Liaison Committee -- Comité de liaison des géomètres-experts européens.
Represent the interests of the profession in Europe with institutions of the European Union by active participation in the legislative processes at European level; cooperate with and assist the Commission in recognition of qualifications for academic and professional purposes; facilitate mutual recognition and stimulate and facilitate harmonization of standards of academic and professional qualifications; promote geodetic surveying activity; aid administrative and scientific development of the profession; assist in dealing with national problems arising from activities in members' countries.
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General Assembly (2 a year). Standing Committee (meets 4 times a year), consisting of Executive Board - President, Vice-President, Secretary-General and Treasurer - and 6 further members. Meetings closed.
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