International League Against Epilepsy (ILAE)
Ligue internationale contre l'épilepsie
1909 Budapest Hungary
1909, Budapest (Hungary). Reorganized and new constitution adopted, 9 Sep 1973; latest revision Sep 1985, Hamburg (Germany FR).
Act as parent organization for individual national associations; advance and disseminate knowledge concerning epilepsy; maintain effective cooperation with international institutions active in the field of public health and social care; promote research and education in the field and application of fruits of research.
Events2021 | Medellin, Colombia – Latin American Congress
2020-10-08 | Fukuoka, Japan – Asian and Oceanian Epilepsy Congress
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General Assembly of national chapters (at least every 2 years). Council, comprising one delegate from each national chapter and the Executive Committee, consisting of President, Past-President, 1st and 2nd Vice-Presidents, Secretary-General, Treasurer, Editor, and President and Secretary-General of B-XB1413 - International Bureau for Epilepsy (IBE) - this organization serving for social aspects of epilepsy and as medium of contact with lay organizations in the field. Regional Commissions (5): Asian and Oceanian; Easter Mediterranean; European; Latin America; North American.
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