European Showmen's Union (ESU)
Union foraine européenne (UFE)
1954 Amsterdam Netherlands
Promote friendly cooperation, international understanding and amicable exchange; act as a voluntary international European trade congregation in negotiations on economics, traffic, culture and trade with European bodies; further technical harmonization of mobile buildings in Europe.
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Congress (every 2 years) of 4 delegates per member country. Board of Directors (meets at least once a year), consisting of Presidents of national member countries and associated European organizations. Executive Board, comprising President and 3 Executive Vice-Presidents, General Secretary and 2 Deputy General Secretaries. Divisions (4): K-XE0967 - European Showmen's Ladies Union; F-XF2024 - International Group of Priests for Circus and Showmen of All Confessions; K-XE1264 - European Showmen Youth Union.
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