International Toy Library Association (ITLA)
Association internationale des Ludothèques
Asociación Internacional de Ludotecas
1990 Turin ON Italy
Proposed 28 May 1987, Toronto ON (Canada), at 4th International Conference of Toy Libraries. Set up 1990, Torino (Italy). Registered in accordance with Belgian law.
Promote the concept of toy libraries as a means of bringing play and play material to people; serve as a link between national toy library organizations, providing an opportunity for international exchange of ideas and material; maintain a liaison with othre organizations and associations pertaining to development and social issues, health, education and play; promote development, production and creation of toys and games that foster educational, physical, psychological, social and cultural growth, and disseminate information about such toys.
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