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List of IVU Patrons

  1. Andrew Freeman , Australia
  2. Arun Kumaravel
  3. Bajaj Madan Mohan, Prof. Dr
  4. Balaji B.G.
  5. Carolyn Hunt
  6. Christina Gore
  7. Claus Leitzmann
  8. Christopher Fettes, Ireland, Fellow of IVU and of World Esperanto Association.
  9. Cynthia Richardson
  10. Dady C. Dady, Diana Ratnagar
  11. David Litvak
  12. Dawn Moncrief
  13. Dennis Bayomi
  14. Dr.B.Venkatarama Udupa
  15. Duncan Myers
  16. Emanuel Goldman, Greater New York City area, USA. "The Vegetarian Cinophile" (columns on selected films from a vegetarian perspective). Professor of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics at New Jersey Medical School. Vegetarian since 1964, vegan since 1992.
  17. EVEN - Eugene Veg Education Network
  18. Frank P Graves
  19. George Jacobs
  20. Gianbattista Montagna
  21. GOPE HOTCHANDANI
  22. Hildegund Scholvien
  23. Hiren Kara
  24. Hiroko Tsuchiya
  25. Hoon Wai Thim
  26. Ivor Kemp
  27. J.Muraleemohan Lal
  28. Jamila (Tsai, Tsui-Yun)
  29. John Davis
  30. John Gibb
  31. Judy Waters
  32. Julianna Lipschutz
  33. Julius Babarinsa
  34. Katherine Baker
  35. Kay Bell
  36. Keith AkersColorado USA, former IVU council member
  37. Kishor Jethalal Joshi
  38. Koh Kok Keng
  39. Koichi Hashimoto, Japan, Japan Vegetarian Society.
  40. Krystyna Chomiczjung
  41. Lakshmi P. Iyer Dr.
  42. M.Nagabhushana blank
  43. Marly WincklerBrazil, former President Brazil Veg Society, Chair of the IVU Council
  44. Maynard Clark
  45. Michael Tucker
  46. Mitsuru Kakimoto
  47. Mona Amin
  48. Namita H. Kara
  49. P. M. Reddy
  50. Paresh Shah
  51. Patricia M Tricker
  52. Patricia Rathbone
  53. Paul Appleby
  54. Paul Turner (a.k.a. Priyavrata)
  55. Peter De Winter
  56. Phineas Leahey
  57. Photsawat Kosithanont
  58. Prof. Massimo Nespolo
  59. Prof. PK JainBotswana, Fellow of IVU
  60. Ralph Meyer
  61. Rao Bahadur Sheth Curumsey Damjee Arogya Bhuvan Trust, India, charity supporting the vegetarian cause and observing same on Sanatorium premises.
  62. Robert Fraser
  63. Ruth Heidrich Ph.D
  64. Saurabh Dalal , USA (Washington DC area), Councilor of IVU, President of Vegetarian Society of DC (www.vsdc.org), President of Vegetarian Union of North America (www.ivu.org/vuna)
  65. Shankar Narayan
  66. Singh Vijay Raj Dr.
  67. Tom Clother, UK Vegan for ethical reasons, lorry driver for monetary/aptitude reasons.
  68. Uppunda Venkataramana Bhat
  69. Vegdining.com
  70. William Sribney
  71. Wong Oi Lee

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IVU Digital Certificate

IVU Digital
Certificate

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Available to all Members and Patrons

IVU now supplies an attractive membership certificate that can be printed off in high resolution. To obtain one you only need to be a IVU member,  that starts as low as U$ 20,00 and is valid for 1 year. You can also become a Patron with a lifetime membership for as low as U$ 500,00, your certificate will reflect these options.

Diversity

IVU has diversity in it´s DNA, that´s why our system is prepared to handle non english characters like Chinese, Hindi, Cyrillic, Arabic and others.

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Once you your membership option gets approved by our system you will get an e-mail (in less then 24h) with your digital Certificate attached. The certificate is a PDF file that can be printed off in high resolution and color.


Frequently Asked
Questions

  • What is the IVU Certificate?

    The IVU Certificate is a PDF file that contains the name of the IVU Member and the dates which the certificate is valid. In case of Patron Membership a Lifetime Certificate will be provided.
  • Who can get it?

    All active IVU members, such as Individuals and Organizations.

  • How much it costs?

    The certificate is available for all memberships, starting from the basic 1 year membership that costs only U$ 20,00.
  • How it will be sent to me?

    The certificate will be sent by e-mail as an attachment.
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About IVU

IVU IS A GROWING GLOBAL NETWORK OF INDEPENDENT ORGANIZATIONS WHICH ARE PROMOTING VEG'ISM WORLDWIDE

Origins

IVU was founded in 1908 in Dresden, Germany. The idea came from the French Vegetarian Society, the first Congress was organised internationally by the British Society and locally by the Dresden Society with support from the Deutsche Vegetarier-Bund. Since then a series of World Veg Congresses have been held on most continents and, in 2008 IVU returned to Dresden for the Centenary 38th Congress. From 2012 this major global event has been renamed the 'IVU World Vegfest'.

For details of all the Congresses, and other international events which developed from them, see IVU 1908 to the present and beyond

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Vegetarian and Vegan Restaurants all over the World

Vegan Restaurants all over the World

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New IVU Fellows

from IVU News Oct 2000


Fellows of the IVU are lifetime honorary supporters, elected for their exceptional and extended service to the IVU.

Election of 12 Fellows was made at the 34th World Vegetarian Congress in Toronto:

  • Jan Beeldman (South Africa)
  • Madge Darneille (Maryland. USA)
  • Brian Graff (New York. USA)
  • Brian Gunn-King (UK)
  • Marcel Hehhelinck (Belgium)
  • Alex Hershaft (Maryland. USA)
  • M. I. Khalik (Singapore)
  • Maxwell Lee (UK)
  • Howard Lyman (Virginia, USA)
  • Francisco Martin (Spain)
  • Surendra Mehta (India)
  • Rudolf Meyer (Germany)
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