Association for the Promotion of the International Circulation of the Press (DISTRIPRESS)
Association pour la promotion de la diffusion internationale de la presse
Vereinigung zur Förderung des Internationalen Pressevertriebes
1955-09 Bad Kissingen Germany FR
Officially constituted Sep 1957. Most recent statutes adopted 13 Sep 2004, Vancouver BC (Canada).
Assist in promoting freedom of the press worldwide; support and aid all national and international action promoting free flow of ideas by word or image, and intervention against all measures which hinder or aim to prevent such a free flow; further the interests of the press circulation trade.
Events2021-09-19 | Estoril, Portugal – Annual Congress
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General Assembly (every 3 years); Executive Committee; Secretariat. Participates in educational activities in cooperation with 'Distripress Training Foundation'.
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