World Federalist Movement, 1954 (WFM)
Mouvement universel pour une fédération mondiale (MUFM)
1954-09-03 London UK
3 Sep 1954, London (UK), at 6th Congress of 'World Association for World Federation (WAWF)', currently (1991) also called F-XC3477 - World Federalist Movement - Movement for a Just World Order through a Strengthened United Nations (WFM). For a period from 1976, brought together the activities of WAWF with the then 'Young World Federalists', subsequently 'World Federalist Youth Movement for a New International Order (WFM/NIO Youth)' and now H-XC3513 - Youth for Development and Cooperation (YDC); and the then 'Parliamentarians for World Order (PWO)', currently F-XF2756 - Parliamentarians for Global Action (PGA). Statutes adopted at 6th Congress, 3 Sep 1954, London; and amended: 9 Aug 1956, Stockport (UK); 17-22 Aug 1959; 20-27 Jun 1965, San Francisco CA (USA); 30 Jul - 5 Aug 1967, Oslo (Norway); 29 Jul - 3 Aug 1968, Helsingør (Denmark); 27 Aug 1970, Ottawa (Canada); 18 Aug 1972, Brussels (Belgium); 17 Jan 1975, Delhi (India); 30 Jul 1980, Tokyo (Japan); 14 Jul 1985, London. New statutes adopted 1987, Philadelphia PA (USA), when both statutes and by-laws of WAWF were adopted and the Movement under this title ceased to exist.
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