Organizations relating to Handicrafts
Pedals for Progress / Est. 1991
International Centre for the Promotion of Crafts / Est. 1995
International Patchwork Association
Charles Rennie Mackintosh Society / Est. 1973
International Sewing Machine Association / Est. 1952
European Committee for the Handicrafts and Creative Arts
International Quilt Study Center / Est. 1997
International Professional Association of Manufactory, Industrial and Handicraft Workers / Est. 1869
International Tapestry Network
Institute for the Study of Universal History through Arts and Artifacts / Est. 1973
Inter-State Centre for the Promotion of Handicrafts and Cultural Tourism
International Origami Centre, Tokyo / Est. 1954
International Sewing Machine Collectors' Society
Foreningen for Berejste Skandinaviske Håndvaerkere
Development Cooperation with the Third World / Est. 1975
International Quilt Association / Est. 1979
European Shoemaker Handicraft Association
ASEAN Handicraft Promotion and Development Association
Crochet Association International / Est. 1976
European DIY-Retail Association - Global Home Improvement Network / Est. 2002
European Museums Network / Est. 1989
Latin American Handicraft Cooperation Programme
European Liaison Committee for the Sewing Machine Industries / Est. 1956
European Federation of DIY Manufacturers / Est. 2000
World Problems relating to HandicraftsFrom the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential
Elimination of traditional skills
Endangered habitats of Cape floral kingdom
Threatened habitats of Boreal floral kingdom
Threatened habitats of Australasian floral kingdom
Threatened habitats of Neotropic floral kingdom
Threatened habitats of Palaeotropic floral kingdom
Threatened habitats of Antarctic floral kingdom
Illicit export of works of art
Commercialization of art
Action Strategies relating to HandicraftsFrom the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential
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