International Vegetarian Union (IVU)
Union internationale végétarienne
Unión Internacional Vegetariana
Internationale Vegetarier Union
Unione Vegetariana Internazionale
Internacia Vegetara Unuigxo
1908-08-18 Dresden Germany
18 Aug 1908, Dresden (Germany), as Union végétarienne internationale, successor body of Vegetarian Federal Union, set up 1889. New Constitution adopted Aug 1955, Paris (France); amended Aug 1960, Hannover (Germany FR); revised Sep 1971 The Hague (Netherlands). New Constitution adopted 1982, Ulm (Germany FR); fully revised 1990, Tel Aviv (Israel); amended 1994, The Hague.
Coordinate the work of regional and national vegetarian societies and encourage formation of new ones; collect and disseminate news of vegetarian interest; ensure that vegetarianism is represented at international bodies.
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Congress (every 2 years); International Council, comprising Officers and Councillors.
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