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World IPA Prize

Nominations welcome for the IPA World Prize 2018

Each year, all IPA Sections worldwide are invited to forward nominations for the IPA World Prize to the International Executive Board (IEB) of the IPA.

This prestigious IPA award recognises and rewards contributions by individuals or organisations for special and lasting commitments through a project for the benefit of society on matters of Human Rights or the preservation of World Peace, and consists of a monetary award accompanied by a certificate.

The IPA World Prize is awarded during the annual IPA World Congress, and an official press release will be issued.

As a norm, one prize may be awarded per year.

The nomination period for the IPA World Prize 2018 runs until 22 April 2017, and we would therefore like to invite all IPA Sections to forward any nominations they might wish to submit to the IPA Secretary General, Georgios Katsaropoulos at sg@ieb-ipa.org, with a copy to the IAC at iac@ieb-iac.org.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Elke Schülpen-Roberts, IAC Office Manager

UK Visitors to New Zealand

IPA New Zealand members fly the flag of hospitality

November 2017 found Shirley and I, along with two other family members, in New Zealand to fulfil a lifetime plan, having retired in 2000.

IPA member Ross Pinkham, National President of IPA New Zealand, along with Alan Monk, certainly raised the hospitality flag in our honour.

They used two vehicles to take the four of us on a fantastic tour of Napier, North Island. We were shown the most beautiful panoramic sights with a detailed history of Napier since the 1931 Hawkes Bay earthquake.

Napier's buildings have been re-modelled in Art Deco style and are most impressive.

We had a tight scheduled return time to the port for departure. However, Ross and Alan managed to fit in a wine tasting session at Ashridge vineyard.

Ross and Alan made our experience in Napier a very enjoyable one for which we thank them.

Roger Sharp, IPA UK, with Shirley, Heather & John

World IPA Prize

Nominations welcome for the IPA World Prize 2018

Each year, all IPA Sections worldwide are invited to forward nominations for the IPA World Prize to the International Executive Board (IEB) of the IPA.

This prestigious IPA award recognises and rewards contributions by individuals or organisations for special and lasting commitments through a project for the benefit of society on matters of Human Rights or the preservation of World Peace, and consists of a monetary award accompanied by a certificate.

The IPA World Prize is awarded during the annual IPA World Congress, and an official press release will be issued.

As a norm, one prize may be awarded per year.

The nomination period for the IPA World Prize 2018 runs until 22 April 2017, and we would therefore like to invite all IPA Sections to forward any nominations they might wish to submit to the IPA Secretary General, Georgios Katsaropoulos at sg@ieb-ipa.org, with a copy to the IAC at iac@ieb-iac.org.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Elke Schülpen-Roberts, IAC Office Manager

UK Visitors to New Zealand

IPA New Zealand members fly the flag of hospitality

November 2017 found Shirley and I, along with two other family members, in New Zealand to fulfil a lifetime plan, having retired in 2000.

IPA member Ross Pinkham, National President of IPA New Zealand, along with Alan Monk, certainly raised the hospitality flag in our honour.

They used two vehicles to take the four of us on a fantastic tour of Napier, North Island. We were shown the most beautiful panoramic sights with a detailed history of Napier since the 1931 Hawkes Bay earthquake.

Napier's buildings have been re-modelled in Art Deco style and are most impressive.

We had a tight scheduled return time to the port for departure. However, Ross and Alan managed to fit in a wine tasting session at Ashridge vineyard.

Ross and Alan made our experience in Napier a very enjoyable one for which we thank them.

Roger Sharp, IPA UK, with Shirley, Heather & John

SnowPlanet

IPA New Zealand are proud to announce that bookings are now open for up to 4 SnowPlanet passes at a very special rate for current IPA members and current Police employees that are not IPA members.

Bookings are available for passes to be used as of 1st December 2017 onwards.

Visit the link <<HERE>> and get those bookings in as this will prove to be very popular.

Specsavers

Another great discount has been arranged by IPA New Zealand for all current financial New Zealand IPA members and their families.

All you have to do is sign into the New Zealand IPA website and navigate to the specsavers discount page to enjoy these discounts.

To become a member of our great organisation and to enjoy this discount and many more click <<HERE>>

SnowPlanet

IPA New Zealand are proud to announce that bookings are now open for up to 4 SnowPlanet passes at a very special rate for current IPA members and current Police employees that are not IPA members.

Bookings are available for passes to be used as of 1st December 2017 onwards.

Visit the link <<HERE>> and get those bookings in as this will prove to be very popular.

Specsavers

Another great discount has been arranged by IPA New Zealand for all current financial New Zealand IPA members and their families.

All you have to do is sign into the New Zealand IPA website and navigate to the specsavers discount page to enjoy these discounts.

To become a member of our great organisation and to enjoy this discount and many more click <<HERE>>

World Congress Bulgaria

 Our Presidents report.

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Gold Website Award 2017

World Congress Bulgaria

 Our Presidents report.

 <HERE>

 

 

 

 

Gold Website Award 2017

Graham Morrell, Region 3, Napier has been successful in receiving a Merit Award for his photo – also attached.

Congratulations Graham. Well done.

A THANK YOU from the International President

At this time of the year, many sections hold their annual general assembly, an opportunity to gather delegates from all over the country, together with the national board, in order to exchange views on the present and future of the IPA. In addition, many sections have recently elected or are in the process of electing their national presidents and/or board members.

Other meetings, organised on a more geographical basis are taking place during the same period of time. IPA friends meet and discuss their common interests, projects to develop and ideas to propose internationally.

I would like to seize the chance to greet and congratulate all IPA members who take time to ensure the ongoing development of our association, in line with our aims and values. ‘To take time’ has become such a key expression and challenge nowadays that I believe it deserves a mention.

To those of you who accept to carry the responsibility of the presidency of your IPA section, I address a special mention. Leading is never easy, the winds don’t always blow in the same direction around you and it takes charisma to unite and take the best out of all and everything.

Therefore and again, a special thanks to all of you. And if out of all these national and international meetings, you feel that an issue could or should be brought to the attention of the delegates during the next IPA World Congress, don’t hesitate to contact me. I would be glad and thankful to place and add items of international interest for our Association on the agenda that the IEB will discuss in a few weeks’ time.

In the meantime, stay safe and enjoy every IPA moment. Servo per Amikeco


Pierre-Martin Moulin, IPA President

International Youth Gathering, UK

The International Youth Gathering, 6th to 19th August 2018, is being held in the wonderful land of Robin Hood county right in the centre of Great Britain and home of the IPA HQ.

The young people will be hosted in the amazing Walesby Forrest which boasts 250 acres of Robin Hood’s very own Sherwood Forest.

Walesby boasts residential lodges, meeting rooms, shops and a non-alcoholic bar for relaxation.

A THANK YOU from the International President

At this time of the year, many sections hold their annual general assembly, an opportunity to gather delegates from all over the country, together with the national board, in order to exchange views on the present and future of the IPA. In addition, many sections have recently elected or are in the process of electing their national presidents and/or board members.

Other meetings, organised on a more geographical basis are taking place during the same period of time. IPA friends meet and discuss their common interests, projects to develop and ideas to propose internationally.

I would like to seize the chance to greet and congratulate all IPA members who take time to ensure the ongoing development of our association, in line with our aims and values. ‘To take time’ has become such a key expression and challenge nowadays that I believe it deserves a mention.

To those of you who accept to carry the responsibility of the presidency of your IPA section, I address a special mention. Leading is never easy, the winds don’t always blow in the same direction around you and it takes charisma to unite and take the best out of all and everything.

Therefore and again, a special thanks to all of you. And if out of all these national and international meetings, you feel that an issue could or should be brought to the attention of the delegates during the next IPA World Congress, don’t hesitate to contact me. I would be glad and thankful to place and add items of international interest for our Association on the agenda that the IEB will discuss in a few weeks’ time.

In the meantime, stay safe and enjoy every IPA moment. Servo per Amikeco


Pierre-Martin Moulin, IPA President

International Youth Gathering, UK

The International Youth Gathering, 6th to 19th August 2018, is being held in the wonderful land of Robin Hood county right in the centre of Great Britain and home of the IPA HQ.

The young people will be hosted in the amazing Walesby Forrest which boasts 250 acres of Robin Hood’s very own Sherwood Forest.

Walesby boasts residential lodges, meeting rooms, shops and a non-alcoholic bar for relaxation.

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