Inter-American Confederation of Public Relations
Confédération interaméricaine de relations publiques
Confederación Interamericana de Relaciones Públicas (CONFIARP)
Confederação Interamericana de Relações Públicas
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1961-09-27 Caracas Venezuela
27-30 Sep 1961, Caracas (Venezuela), as Inter-American Federation of Public Relations Associations (IFPRA) -- Fédération interaméricaine des associations de relations publiques -- Federación Interamericana de Asociaciones de Relaciones Públicas (FIARP) -- Federação Interamericana de Associaçôes de Relações Públicas, during 2nd Inter-American Public Relations Conference, first steps having been taken 26 Sep 1960, Mexico City (Mexico). Statutes revised 22 Sep 1974. D-XJ4163 - Confederação Interamericana de Relações Públicas (CONFIARP), is a group of 5 member countries that separated and has been operating under the same name since 2003.
Seek to standardize public relations practices, ethics and standards; serve as an instrument for the exchange of ideas and the advancement of harmony, mutual respect and collaboration among the peoples of the Western Hemisphere.
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Board of Directors (meeting annually); Board of Counsellors; Inter-American Congress (every 2 years).
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