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14th Postwar Congress of Socialist International

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14th Postwar Congress of Socialist International

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The Socialist International is the association of Democratic Socialist and Labour Parties throughout the world. The association was re-established in 1951 at a Congress in Frankfurt. The object of the group is to strenghen ties between members and promote the ideal of social justice. In November 1984 the association met in Vancouver for its fourteenth congress. Many of the participants were illuminaries in their countries, such as Francois Mitterrand, Olof Palme, Willi Brandt and Bettino Craxi.

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