Инструменти за достъп за хора с увреждания
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Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile
Association (French law from 1901)
II - Вътрешни лобисти и търговски/стопански/професионални сдружения
8, Place de la Concorde
Rue de la Science 41
Господин Jean Todt
Господин Jacob Bangsgaard
Among FIA's primary goals are to uphold the interests of its membership in all international matters concerning automobile mobility and motor sport and to preserve and conserve all documents concerning world motoring in order to trace its history. More precisely, in the area of mobility, FIA's goals are to promote freedom of mobility through affordable, safe, and clean motoring and use of other modes of transport and to defend the rights of consumers when travelling and touring.
Urban and sustainable mobility
Intelligent Transport Systems
Regulations on CO2 emissions from vehicles
Road safety policies
EU projects (METPEX, COMPAS4D, UDRIVE, eSafety, iMobility Support)
Mobility for Prosperity in Europe (MPE)
Forum for Mobility and Society
FIA's European Bureau represents the interests of the members of national automobile Clubs in Europe, with regard to mobility and tourism, to the European Institutions, thus representing around 37 million European mobility users and consumers. The activities are directly and completely paid for by the European FIA Clubs from their membership income. The FIA represents the interests of its membership in all international matters concerning mobility and tourism, including affordable, safe, and sustainable motoring and the protection of consumers when travelling by motor vehicle.
|Собствено име||Фамилно име||Начална дата||Крайна дата|
eSafety Forum, eSafetySupport, eSafetyAware, Euro NCAP, ERTICO, AFCAR, ECAR, Forum for Mobility and Society, EuroRAP, EuroTAP, Mobility for Prosperity in Europe, iCars Network, UNECE World Tourism Organisation, ITF, CARS21
01/2014 - 12/2014
>= 500 000 € и < 599 999 €
600 000 €
FP7 European Projects
Included in FIA's total budget is funding of the FIA Region I office in Brussels, provided entirely by FIA's European member Clubs, which totals €1,316,000.
Of this amount, approximately €550,000 is spent yearly on activities directly related to the representation of the FIA European Clubs' interests in mobility and tourism issues before the European Institutions.
The budget for interest representation is only one part of the Region I activities, since our office is also organising events and federating a number of Clubs from outside the European Union.
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