Union of International Associations heading to Prague in 2020

The UIA's 14th annual Round Table will welcome 150 association delegates from around the world.

Prague will host the Union of International Associations’ (UIA) Round Table on November 12 and 13 in 2020 at the Vienna House Diplomat Prague.

The UIA’s annual Round Table events are organised by the institute and documentation centre based in Brussels.

"We look forward to working with Prague Convention Bureau in order to make Round Table 2020 a successful and a joyful event: for associations, delegates, Prague Convention Bureau and the UIA," said Clara Fernández López, external relations manager at UIA.

Roman Muška, managing director at the Prague Convention Bureau, added: "The event is attended by approximately 150 participants from all around the world, of which 70 – 80% are associations’ representatives.

"We are honoured to have a chance to welcome these people involved in running associations at the UIA Associations Round Table here in the Vienna House Diplomat Prague."

Prague will host after Brussels, where the Round Table is held every other year. The destinations for the next two years have also been announced – the 15th will return to Brussels again and the 16th edition will go to Rotterdam in 2022.

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