International Geographical Union (IGU)
Union géographique internationale (UGI)
Unión Geografica Internacional
1922-07-27 Brussels Belgium
27 Jul 1922, Brussels (Belgium), international congresses having been held since 1871, Antwerp (Belgium). Current statutes adopted: Aug 1988; revised: Aug 1992, Washington DC (USA); 1996, The Hague (Netherlands); Aug 2000; Aug 2002, Durban; Aug 2004; 2008, Tunis (Tunisia).
Promote geography through initiating and coordinating geographical research and teaching in all countries of the world.
Events2020-08-10 | Istanbul, Turkey – Quadrennial Geographical Congress and General Assembly
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