International Federation of Physical Education
Fédération internationale d'éducation physique (FIEP)
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1923 Brussels Belgium
Founded 1923, Brussels (Belgium), as Fédération internationale de gymnastique éducative. Name changed, 1930, to Fédération internationale de gymnastique Ling (FIGL). Current title adopted 1953. 'World Manifesto on Physical Education' adopted by General Assembly, 1971, Lisbon (Portugal). 'World Manifesto 2000' adopted, Jan 2000, Foz do Iguaçu (Brazil).
Promote development of activities in the fields of education, Sport for All, recreation and the outdoors, for people of all ages and in all countries; foster and contribute to international cooperation in these fields; promote pedagogical and technical experience, scientific research and exchange of ideas; find best possible solutions to problems in the field.
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