Worldwide Network of the Experiment in International Living (Federation EIL)
Expérience de vie internationale
Experimento de Convivencia Internacional
Experiment Vereinigung für das Praktische Zusammenleben der Völker
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Statutes adopted 1954, Heiden (Switzerland); revised: 1960, Mexico; 1962, Italy; 1963, Germany FR; 1970, Turkey; 1972, Japan; 1975, Italy; 1987, Turkey; 1999, Spain; 2001, New Zealand; 2003, Asti (Italy).
Involve individuals in programmes of intercultural learning which develop understanding of and respect for people worldwide. Member organizations strive to: contribute to a lasting peace; make possible continuity, sound growth and progress; encourage and maintain high educational principles and standards.
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General Assembly (at least every 2 years), elects President and Vice-President(s) for 2-year terms. Regional conferences as needed (Asia/Pacific, Europe, South America). Autonomous national representations, including US Section: G-XG5390 - World Learning. European branch: U-XF0038 - Experiment in Europe (EIE).
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