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NEWS FROM FIMITIC BOARD

FIMITIC goes to Brussels!

As per decided in the last FIMITIC AGA (held in October 2014, in Budapest), the Deputy Secretariat of FIMITIC has been working hard to register our Association in Brussels.

The advantages of this registration are endless. By becoming an official association within the framework of the European Union, FIMITIC can now register and apply for projects and collaborations with other entities, as well as becoming a pivot union for each member association to be eligible for funding and collaboration.

The new elected President: Miguel Angel García Oca

On 19 September 2009 Miguel Angel García Oca was elected as President of FIMITIC on the occasion of the FIMITIC Delegates´ Conference in Spa Topolsica, Slovenia.

Articles of Association

INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION OF PERSONS WITH PHYSICAL DISABILITY (FIMITIC ASBL)

Articles of Association

(Updated May 2015)

Article 1 : Name and Seat

The name of the Association is International Federation of Persons with Physical Disability (FIMITIC), hereinafter referred to as FIMITIC.

The Association is to be registered in the Register of Associations.

The FIMITIC Central Secretariat moves!

We are pleased to inform you that the FIMITIC Central Secretariat shall move from Bonn, Germany, to the new premises in Vác nearby Budapest, Hungary by January 2, 2008.

Our new address is as follows:

F I M I T I C
International Federation of Persons with Physical Disability

Rákóczi út 36

H – 2600 Vác
HUNGARY

Tel/Fax: +36 – (0) 27 / 502 – 661
e-mail: FIMITIC@invitel.hu
http://www.fimitic.org

Nigel Brander elected President

Bonn, October 10, 2005 - Nigel Brander, Ireland, is elected President of the Executive Board of FIMITIC on the occasion of the FIMITIC Delegates´ Conference in Nottwil (near Lucerne), Switzerland, on October 8, 2005.

FIMITIC EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETS IN BUDAPEST - Board to discuss Asian tsunami and other key issues

Budapest, January 28-30, 2005

The FIMITIC Executive Board met in Budapest on January 28-30, 2005 to tackle key issues regarding Tsunami and impact on disabled people, and the forthcoming FIMITIC Delegates´ Conference to take place on October 5-9, 2005 in Nottwil (nearby Luzern), Switzerland, in co-operation with the Swiss member association - procap.The FIMITIC Executive Board met in Budapest on January 28-30, 2005 to tackle key issues regarding

1. Tsunami and impact on disabled people

FIMITIC Board meeting and Seminar in Portugal: Disabled People in urgent need of reforms

The FIMITIC Executive Board met in Porto, Portugal on October 28-30, 2004. The meeting followed a Joint Seminar meeting with the Board of its national Portuguese member association ANDST (National Association of Disabled by Work Accidents) which was held on 29 October. The main subjects on the Executive Board meeting agenda were: the detailed reports outlining the present and future activities in compliance of the decisions taken and with view to the ongoing preparatory work for the FIMITIC Delegates´ Conference which will take place from October 05 - 10, 2005 in Switzerland.

FIMITIC Executive Board reaffirms strategy to achieve non-discrimination legislation in the member countries

Tallinn, Estonia, July 8-11, 2004

At its recent meeting in Tallinn the FIMITIC Executive Board in its two day consultation within a first review of its campaign to achieve non-discrimination legislation in the member countries tried to identify the factors to strengthen the movement of persons with physical disability by awareness raising, influencing the decision making process, promoting logistic and dynamic and initiating model programmes to make disabled people visible.

Joint action towards access for Recreation and Rehabilitation for people with disabilities (Grado, Italy)

Grado, an island situated in the Northern part of the Adriatic Sea in the Friuli Venezia Gulia region of Italy was the place of the FIMITIC Executive Board meeting on February 20-22, 2004.The day-long meetings in the Hotel RIALTO were dealing with the Programme of Action in a period dominated by radical changes for

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