International Federation of Hardware and Housewares Associations (IHA)
1909 Bournemouth UK
1909, Bournemouth (UK), as International Federation of Ironmongers' and Iron Merchants' Associations (IFIA) -- Fédération internationale des associations de quincailliers et marchands de fer (FIDAQ) -- Internationale Vereinigung der Eisenwaren- und Eisenhändlerverbände (IVE) -- Federación Internacional de Asociaciones de Ferreteros y Almacenistas de Hierros (FIDAF). Statutes adopted 1909; new statutes adopted: 19 Sep 1953, Zurich (Switzerland), 23 Jun 2000, Barcelona (Spain); 2004, Dublin (Ireland); 2010, London (UK). Registered in accordance with Swiss Civil Code.
Inform, influence and educate: the international prestige of national members; the commercial future of all members; the interests of the consumer, through good trading practices and a policy of corporate social responsibility.
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International Congress (every 2-3 years). Council comprises up to 3 delegates of each national association. Managing Committee (meets annually), comprising President, Chairman, Immediate Past President, Honorary Treasurer, Secretary-General and 5 members.
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UN Sustainable Development Goals **
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