International Association for the Reunification of the Parthenon Sculptures

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The International Association for the Reunification of the Parthenon Sculptures is a campaign group, which joins together various organizations around the world whose primary aim is to bring about the reunification of all the surviving Parthenon Sculptures to Athens, Greece.

The Association was founded in November 2005 at a meeting in Athens of twelve national reunification organisations organised by the Greek government.[1][2][3]

The founder and current chair of the campaign, David Hill, is also involved with some of the member organizations. At the founding meeting a declaration was released[4] which encapsulated the common goals of all the members.

The original twelve members of the Association were:

Other organisations joined later, bringing the total number of members to seventeen:

The International Association of the Parthenon Sculptures is governed by a charter and only acts based on the unanimous agreement of its members. Each member organisation appoints a delegate from among their members to represent them on the committee.

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