Association Internationale des Maires Francophones

Paris Casablanca Quebec City

The Association Internationale des Maires Francophones (est. 1979) is an international organization of mayors of cities in French-speaking countries, headquartered in Paris.[1]

Presidents

Assemblée générale

The association holds annual meetings.[2][3]

Number Place Continent Year
1 Québec North America 1979
2 Rabat and Casablanca Africa 1982
3 Paris Europe 1983
4 Québec and Montréal North America 1984
5 Kinshasa Africa 1985
6 Casablanca Africa 1986
7 Brazzaville Africa 1987
8 Lyon Europe 1988
9 Libreville Africa 1989
10 Tunis Africa 1990
11 Bordeaux Europe 1991
12 Montréal North America 1992
13 Port-Louis Africa 1993
14 Casablanca Africa 1994
15 Aoste Europe 1995
16 Brazzaville Africa 1996
17 Bruxelles Europe 1997
18 Beirut Asia 1998
19 Québec North America 1999
20 Paris Europe 2000
21 Casablanca Africa 2001
22 Beirut Asia 2002
23 Dakar Africa 2003
24 Ouagadougou Africa 2004
25 Antananarivo Africa 2005
26 Bucharest Europe 2006
27 Hué Asia 2007
28 Québec North America 2008
29 Paris Europe 2009
30 Lausanne Europe 2010
31 Yerevan Asia/Europe 2011
32 Abidjan Africa 2012
33 Paris Europe 2013
34 Kinshasa Africa 2014
35 Tunis Africa 2015
36 Beirut Asia 2016

See also

References

  1. ^ "Francophonie and Canada", The Canadian Encyclopedia, Toronto: Historica Canada, retrieved 18 September 2017
  2. ^ "Conférences" (in French). AIMF. Archived from the original on 2005-02-04. Retrieved 2017-09-18. (1979-2004)
  3. ^ "Assemblées générales" (in French). AIMF. Archived from the original on 2010-03-04. Retrieved 2017-09-18. (1997-2008)