Second Level Subjects
Air, Water Sports
Recreation is an activity of leisure, leisure being discretionary time. The "need to do something for recreation" is an essential element of human biology and psychology. Recreational activities are often done for enjoyment, amusement, or pleasure and are considered to be "fun".
Organizations relating to Recreation
Society for Asian Art / Est. 1958
International Snooker Promotion Association
European Society of Golf Course Architects / Est. 1990
International Chamber Music Centre of Tournai / Est. 1992
World Leisure / Est. 1956
European Visual Arts Centre
Sports Tourism International Council / Est. 1990
Asia-Pacific Performing Arts Network / Est. 1999
International Archives for the Jazz Organ
International Tennis-Volleyball Federation / Est. 2001
International Union of Esperanto Stamp Collectors
Council of Arab Ministers for Youth and Sports
International Player Welfare Organization, Nepal
United Poets Laureate International / Est. 1963
European College of Sport Science / Est. 1995
International Federation of Screen and Television Writers' Associations / Est. 1952
International Society for Education through Art / Est. 1954
Youth Association for a Traditional Europe / Est. 1980
Société internationale du club de la danse / Est. 1921
European Federation of Sporting Goods Stores
Latin and Mediterranean Group of Sport Medicine / Est. 1956
Nordisk Judo Union
Nordic Institute for Contemporary Art
International Surfing Foundation / Est. 1970
Asia Pacific Tchoukball Federation / Est. 1999
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