European Greenways Association (EGWA)
Association Européenne des voies vertes (AEVV)
Asociación Europea de Vias Verdes (AEVV)
1998-01-08 Namur Belgium
Founded at constituent assembly, following decision of 1st European Conference on Soft Traffic and Railway Paths, May 1997, Val-Dieu (Belgium). Statutes modified 19 Oct 2000; 13 Jun 2005.
Improve communications and non-motorized local itineraries in Europe; preserve infrastructure such as disused railway corridors, tow paths and historic routes and their use by the public as environmental facilities for open-air leisure, tourism and light transport; promote rural development, active tourism and local employment.
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General Assembly (every 2 years, at conference); Board of Directors; Secretariat in Namur (Belgium), headed by Secretary-General.
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