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International Vegetarian Union

International Vegetarian Union
Founded 1908
Focus Vegetarianism
Location
  • United Kingdom
Area served World
Key people John Davis, manager
Slogan Promoting Vegetarianism Worldwide Since 1908
Website www.ivu.org

The International Vegetarian Union (IVU) is an international non-profit Dresden, Germany.[1][2]

It is considered as an

  • Official website

External links

  1. ^ Vegetarianism The 17th through 19th centuries Encyclopædia Britannica
  2. ^ IVU Welt-Vegetarier-Kongress 1908 IVU (German)
  3. ^ Dia mundial dels veganisme 01/11/2005 Vilaweb (Catalan)
  4. ^ Monday 8 UK 8 November 2004 Financial Times
  5. ^ VUNA
  6. ^ NAVS
  7. ^ EarthSave

References

). [7] [5] Member organizations may be continental groups (EVU, VUNA,

The ruling body from IVU is the International Council, and the members who form it are unpaid volunteers elected by the Member Societies at each World Vegetarian Congress.

These alternate in two-year cycles. [4]

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