Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC)
Association des comités nationaux olympiques (ACNO)
Asociación de Comités Olimpicos Nacionales
1979-06-26 San Juan Puerto Rico
Founded at 1st ANOC General Assembly, a Permanent General Assembly of National Olympic Committees (PGA-NOC) having been set up at 3rd General Assembly of National Olympic Committees (NOCs), 1 Oct 1968, Mexico City (Mexico), held at 19th Olympic Games. Present Constitution in force from 9 Apr 2008.
Serve the International Olympic Movement in the framework of the philosophical, spiritual and sporting principles defined by the International Olympic Committee; promote close collaboration and exchange of information and experience among NOCs and strengthen their role at national level; educate young people through sport for a peaceful world; present IOC with suggestions and projects aimed at developing or improving the International Olympic Movement.
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General Assembly; Executive Council. Commissions (8): Communications; Marketing; Sports Venues; Juridical; Medical; Merit Award; Technical; Coordination of the National Olympic Academies' Activities.
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