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REPRESENTED ASSOCIATIONS:

Agrupación Española de Fomento Europeo, on behalf of its Chairman, represents many prestigious International Associations in Spain:
 
  • Association Nationale Franco-Britannique (fundada en 1933).

  • Cercle de Généalogie et d’ Héraldique de l’ Unión Europénne (1972).

  • Fédération des Combattants Alliés en Europe (1946).

  • Internacional Belgo-Hispánica (fundada en el 2003)

  • La Courtoisie Française (creada en París en 1952).

  • Société des Volontaires (fundada en París, 1872).

ASOCIATION  NATIONALE  FRANCO-BRITANNIQUE.
Founded in 1933 by those who helped France and England during World War I (1914-1918), this institution pursued its task when the Second Great War (1939-1945) broke out, and still continues the entente cordiale. Its primary raison d’être focuses on defending the Cause of human rights and preserving peace.
 
 
Cercle de Généalogie et d’ Héraldique de l’ UniÓn EuropÉnne
Founded in the Benelux in 1972, this institution studies the science that establishes the relationship between individuals, dynasties, lineages, and coats of arms; its origins, offspring and alliances.  The link, unions, and the evolution of these, between countries and ethnic groups in old Europe.
 
 
FÉDÉRATION DES COMBATTANTS ALLIÉS EN EUROPE.
This Federation was established in 1946,  as a result of the merging of a number of associations that shared a common goal:  To strengthen the bonds of friendship and cooperation between the different nations that fought for the allied cause. Currently, the Federation’s primary objective is to contribute to the preservation of peace of the societies involved.
INTERNACIONAL BELGO-HISPÁNICA.
This institution was founded in Belgium, based on the former Belgian-Spanish Association, although it has considerably extended its goals. The goal of the Organization is to promote relations between Belgium and Spain, and to encourage any organization whose goal is to establish and reaffirm the bonds of friendship between both countries, and their good relationship in many fields, such as the cultural and social fields, by creating exchange scholarships between Spain and Belgium.  Its field of action is the whole territory of Benelux.
 

LA COURTOISIE FRANÇAISE 
This is a Civil Association that was created in Paris in 1952, with the purpose of “preserving and developing in France, good customs and the best traditions, such as kindness, willingness, good humour, honesty and dignity, thereby participating in the moral and social development of human beings”. The charity deeds carried out by this Association are worth mentioning, such as the donation it makes for the benefit of guide dogs, which are especially trained to help, care for and guide the blind.
 
SOCIÉTÉ DES VOLONTAIRES.
This was created in Ternes (Paris) in 1872, during the siege of Paris by the Germans (Napoleon III). With every new war, they have gathered and have provided active assistance to the army. In times of peace, its members have promoted the spirit of defence in the young, and have been involved in historic programmes of national education.
 

 

IN THE PAST, AND UP TO THE DISSOLUTION OF EACH ORGANIZATION, AEFE HAS ALSO REPRESENTED:
 
 
  ASOCIACIÓN BELGO-HISPÁNICA.
This was founded in Belgium in 1962 with the purpose of favouring relations between Belgium and Spain, as well as to promote any organization whose goal it was to establish and reaffirm the ties of friendship between both countries and their good relations in a variety of fields, especially the cultural and the social fields.
 
  CHAMBRE EUROPÉENNE POUR LE DEVELOPPEMENT DU COMMERCE, DE L’INDUSTRIE, ET  DES FINANCES (C.E.C.I.F).
Founded in Belgium in 1974 to support and encourage the development of trade, industry and finances in Europe, and particularly by creating bridges and bonds of friendship between Belgium and Spain.