European Kendo Federation (EKF)
Founded 1969. Current statutes approved and adapted by General Assemblies of: 24 Apr 1987, Malmö (Sweden); 25 Mar 1989, Amsterdam (Netherlands); 26 Jun 1991, Toronto (Canada); 16 Apr 1992, Barcelona (Spain); 16 Apr 1993, Turku (Finland); 6 Apr 1994, Paris (France); 20 Apr 1995, Glasgow (UK); 25 Mar 1997, Kyoto (Japan); 9 Apr 1998, Basel (Switzerland); 22 Mar 2000, Santa Clara CA (USA); 12 Apr 2001, Bologna (Italy); 18 Apr 2002, Nantes (France); 2 Jul 2003, Glasgow (UK); 22 Apr 2004, Budapest (Hungary); 15 Apr 2005, Bern (Switzerland); 10 Feb 2006, Brussels (Belgium); Lisbon (Portugal) 2007; Helsinki (Finland) 2008; Sao Paulo (Brazil) 2009; Debrecen (Hungary) 2010.
Foster, develop and promote the practice and spirit of Kendo and related martial arts such as Iaido, Jodo and Naginata-do, along the traditional lines; promote the martial arts in countries which are not organized yet.
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General Assembly (annual). Board of Officers, comprising President, Vice-President, Secretary-General, Treasurer and Technical Director.
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