The Architects Registration Board is the statutory registration body for architects in the United Kingdom. It was established by the Architects Act 1997. It prescribes architectural qualifications, maintains a register of architects and has responsibilities for discipline in the profession. ...more on Wikipedia about "Architects Registration Board"
The Arts Council of Great Britain was a non-departmental public body dedicated to the promotion of the fine arts in Britain. The Arts Council of Great Britain was divided in 1994 to form the Arts Council of England, Scottish Arts Council and Arts Council of Wales. At the same time the National Lottery was established and the Arts Council of England became one of the distribution bodies. ...more on Wikipedia about "Arts Council of Great Britain"
AMBA, the Association of MBAs, is an UK based organization that accredits MBA programs of international business schools, similar to the AACSB in the USA. ...more on Wikipedia about "Association of MBAs"
Audax UK or AUK is the Audax Club Parisien sanctioned brevet coordinating organization for the United Kingdom.
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The Big Lottery Fund is a grant-making organisation in the UK. It is one of a range of distributors of money raised by the National Lottery. It replaced the former Community Fund and New Opportunities Fund on June 1, 2004 but the process of reorganisation is ongoing with regular announcements of new funding programmes. ...more on Wikipedia about "Big Lottery Fund"
The Board of Deputies of British Jews is the main representative body of British Jewry. Founded in 1760 as a joint committee of the Sephardi (Spanish and Portuguese) and Ashkenazi (Central and Eastern European) Jewish communities in London it has since become a widely recognised forum for the views of the different sectors of the UK Jewish community. ...more on Wikipedia about "Board of Deputies of British Jews"
The British Academy is the United Kingdom's national academy for the humanities and the social sciences. It was established by Royal Charter in 1902, and is a fellowship of about 750 scholars. The Academy is self-governing and independent. ...more on Wikipedia about "British Academy"
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The British & Foreign School Society runs a number of centres in the vicinity of London, England. If the 19th century it supported free British Schools and teacher training; it continued in the latter role. Now it runs a number of educational centres. ...more on Wikipedia about "British and Foreign School Society"
The British Council is a non-departmental public body and registered charity for cultural relations in the United Kingdom. Its Chair is Lord Kinnock, the former leader of the Labour Party. It answers to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. ...more on Wikipedia about "British Council"
The British Film Institute (BFI) is a charitable organisation established by Royal Charter to "encourage the development of the arts of film, television and the moving image throughout the United Kingdom, to promote their use as a record of contemporary life and manners, to promote education about film, television and the moving image generally, and their impact on society, to promote access to and appreciation of the widest possible range of British and world cinema and to establish, care for and develop collections reflecting the moving image history and heritage of the United Kingdom." ...more on Wikipedia about "British Film Institute"
The British Humanist Association is an organisation of the United Kingdom which promotes humanism. The BHA is committed to human rights, democracy, equality and mutual respect. It works for an open and inclusive society with freedom of belief and speech, and for an end to the privileged position of religion in law, education, broadcasting and wherever else it occurs. ...more on Wikipedia about "British Humanist Association"
The British League of Rights is a far right British political group. ...more on Wikipedia about "British League of Rights"
The British Library is the national library of the United Kingdom and is one of the world's most significant research libraries, holding over 150 million items and adding some 3 million every year. The library includes copies of the majority of the books found in the Library of Congress (but not the other media and manuscripts), along with a substantial additional collection of international items and historical items dating back as far as 300 BC. As of March 2004 the library holds 11.2 million monographs and receives more than 41,500 regular serials. The library receives copies of all books produced in the UK, including all books from abroad which are reprinted in the UK, and many items which are only printed abroad. ...more on Wikipedia about "British Library"
The British National Space Centre (or BNSC) is a voluntary partnership between eleven UK government departments and research councils. It was formed in 1985 in order to coordinate UK civil space activities. The UK civil space programme focuses on space science, earth observation, satellite telecommunications, and global navigation (e.g. using systems like GPS and Galileo). ...more on Wikipedia about "British National Space Centre"
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The British Rabbit Council (or BRC) is a society of rabbit lovers across the UK. It was formed in 1934 when The National Rabbit Council of Great Britain and her Dominions and The British Rabbit Society merged. Members usually breed and exhibit rabbits to a standard set by the BRC and given in a standards book to each member, working to improve and keep each breed. ...more on Wikipedia about "British Rabbit Council"
The British Trust for Ornithology (BTO) is an organisation founded in 1932 for the study of birds in Britain. ...more on Wikipedia about "British Trust for Ornithology"
The Women's Institute (WI) is a membership organisation for women in England and Wales. A separate organisation, the Scottish Women's Rural Institute exists in Scotland. ...more on Wikipedia about "British Women's Institute"
The British-Israel-World Federation is an organization that was founded in London during 1919, although its roots can be traced back to the Nineteenth Century. At one time this organization enjoyed the patronage of members of the British Establishment including HRH Princess Alice of Athlone, the Duke of Buccleuch Kt.; the Rt. Hon. the Earl of Dysart; the Rt. Hon. the Countess-Dowager of Radnor; the Rt. Hon. Lord Gisborough and the Rt. Hon. W F Massey, Prime Minister of New Zealand. ...more on Wikipedia about "British-Israel-World Federation"
Camelot Group plc is a private company which is the operator of the UK's National Lottery (Lotto). ...more on Wikipedia about "Camelot Group"
CAMRA (the CAMpaign for Real Ale) is an independent, voluntary, consumer organisation in the United Kingdom, with the main aim of promoting real ale and the traditional British pub. ...more on Wikipedia about "Campaign for Real Ale"
The Caravan Club is the main body representing caravaners in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland. It was founded by ten men and one woman in 1907 and now has 336,000 member families, 600 staff and an annual turnover of £70 million ** . It is owned by its members who may vote at the annual general meeting and is organised into ten regions. The club operates around 200 main caravan sites and 2,600 smaller certified "five-van" sites. It offers caravan insurance and other insurance services. It is also active in lobbying on behalf of its members. ...more on Wikipedia about "Caravan Club"
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The Computer Conservation Society (CCS) is a Specialist Group of the British Computer Society (BCS). It is aso supported by the Science Museum in London and many of the society's meetings are held there. The CCS is interested in the history of computing in general and the conservation and preservation of early historical computers in particular. ...more on Wikipedia about "Computer Conservation Society"
Which?, until September 2004 known also as the Consumers' Association, is a consumer rights organisation in the UK, founded in 1957 by Michael Young. ...more on Wikipedia about "Consumers' Association"
The Crafts Council is the United Kingdom's national organization for the promotion of contemporary crafts. Established in 1971, it is an independent body funded by the Arts Council England and responsible for promoting fine craftsmanship, encouraging high standards and increasing public awareness of contemporary crafts and applied arts. ...more on Wikipedia about "Crafts Council"
CTC, the Cyclists' Touring Club, is the United Kingdom and Ireland's largest cycling membership organisation. It was established in 1878, originally as the 'Bicycle Touring Club', making it the oldest national tourism organisation of any description in the World, and renamed the Cyclists' Touring Club in 1883. Its president is cycle racing journalist and broadcaster, Phil Liggett MBE. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cyclists' Touring Club"
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