International Federation of Park and Recreation Administration (IFPRA)
Fédération internationale des services des espaces verts et de la récréation
Internationale Organisation Öffentlicher Verwaltungen für Grünflächen und Erholung
1957-05 London UK
May 1957, London (UK), at 1st World Congress in Park Administration, as International Federation of Park Administration -- Fédération internationale de l'administration de parcs. Ceased to exist, when merged with U-XJ9790 - International Urban Parks and Green Space Alliance (Parks of Life) to create C-XJ9791 - World Urban Parks.
Unite at international level persons employed in horticultural and recreational services and public, provincial and communal administration; adopt internationally acceptable training and qualification standards; distribute information regarding the profession.
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General Assembly (at Congress) elects Governing Commission, comprising elected officers, chairmen of each regional sector and one representative of each member nation. Executive Committee; General Secretary. Regional chapters: U-XE0899 - IFPRA Europe and U-XE0757 - IFPRA Asia Pacific; they produce their own congresses and publications.
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