International Federation Musique Espérance
Fédération internationale Musique espérance (FIME)
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21 Mar 1988, Switzerland, on the initiative of Miguel Angel Estrella, when Statutes were adopted. Originally registered in accordance with Swiss Civil Code. Subsequently registered in accordance with French law.
Contribute, by means of music, to the defence of human rights, peace, and the promotion of youth.Available with paid subscription only.
Organizes concerts for the benefit of humanitarian organizations in countries where human rights are flouted. Brings quality music to defavourized sectors: rural zones, old people's homes, hospitals, prisons, Fourth World. Organizes: international music workshops 'Ateliers musicaux internationaux (AMI)', opening appreciation of music to children in developing countries through their own traditions; organizes selections of young musicians without aggressive competition; organizes seminars and summer schools for young musicians. Set up 'Orchestre pour la Paix'.
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United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) (Consultative Status).
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Members in 17 countries
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