International Amateur Theatre Association (IATA)
Association internationale du théâtre amateur (AITA)
Asociación Internacional del Teatro de Arte (AITA)
1952-01-20 Brussels Belgium
Founded 20 Jan 1952, Brussels (Belgium), when statutes were adopted, as an organization for understanding and education through the theatre. Current constitution adopted, 1969, Monaco; amended: 1975 Oklahoma City OH (USA); 1977, Monaco; 1979, Blagoevgrad (Bulgaria), 1991, Halden (Norway); 1993, Monaco; 1995, Ankara (Turkey); 2001, Monaco; 2003, Canada; 2005, Monaco; 2007, Korea Rep; 2009, Monaco; 2011, Norway; 2013, Monaco; 2015, Belgium (Flanders); 2017, Monaco; 2018, Lingen (Germany); 2019, Saint John NB (Canada). Former German title: Internationale Amateur-Theater-Vereinigung. Registered in accordance with Belgian law.
Promote understanding and education through theatre.
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General Assembly (annual, at World Congress or AITA/IATA Festival); Council; Regional/Cultural groupings (6): Asian Regional Centre (ARC); Caribbean and Central American Regional Alliance (CARA); Central European Committee (CEC); E-XE0579 - Comité international des fédérations théâtrales d'amateurs de culture latine (CIFTA); North American Regional Alliance (NARA); F-XF6357 - North European Amateur Theatre Alliance (NEATA). CY Theatre for Children and Youth; General Secretariat in London (UK).
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