European Merit Foundation
Fondation du mérite européen
Stiftung des Europäischen Verdienstordens
17 May 1990, Luxembourg, by François Visine, as successor body to Club de l'ABC de l'Europe, set up 24 Sep 1966, Paris (France), and to 'Fondation du mérite européen', formed 28 Oct 1970, Luxembourg. The Foundation is also referred to as Fondation François Visine. Registered in accordance with Luxembourg law.
Take on all activities contributing to the European awareness designed to a progressive achievement of a humanistic existential European Union; confer the European Merit Award.Available with paid subscription only.
Confers the 'European Merit Award'; publishes and distributes encyclopaedic works and articles relating to the progressive achievement of the European Union; provides individuals and institutions with encyclopaedic works on European issues; organizes symposia, competitions, courses of study, dinner-debates and radio and television broadcasts focused on European problems. The Association internationale du mérite européen (AIME), created 18 Jan 1990, by Extraordinary General Assembly of 'Fondation du mérite européen', but not registered, and replaced by an organization of the same name, registered in Belgium, currently Association communautaire de l'Ordre européen du mérite (ACOEM), has no links with the Foundation and should not be confused with it.
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