Federation of International Youth Travel Organizations (FIYTO)
Fédération internationale des bureaux de voyages de la jeunesse
1951, France. Statutes adopted 1963; revised and extended 1971; 1993; latest revision 1999. Registered in accordance with French law. Merged with H-XC4376 - International Student Travel Confederation (ISTC), to form C-XM2774 - World Youth Student and Educational Travel Confederation (WYSE Travel Confederation), 2006.
Promote educational, cultural and social travel among young people by securing mutual understanding and cooperation between youth travel operators, members of the Federation; assist the development of youth travel organizations and further their interests with respect to other international organizations.
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Conference of members (once a year). Executive Committee, consisting of President, Treasurer and 7 members. Permanent commissions (3): E-XD5104 - International Au Pair Association (IAPA); D-XD6773 - Association of Language Travel Organizations (ALTO); World Youth and Student Travel Conference (WYSTC).
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