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quarta-feira, 4 de fevereiro de 2015

Newsletter INF: Focus February 2015

Federation FocusA ultima newsletter da
Federação Naturista Internacional
disponível para leitura no site da FPN.

quinta-feira, 11 de dezembro de 2014

Focus Dezembro (versão Inglesa)


Federation Focus
December 2014


Aude: The beach of Leucate ranked n°1 in the Top 10 naturist beaches

The 1,5 km of fine sand on the beach at Leucate is ranked number 1 of the Top 10 of the naturist beaches worldwide. PHOTO/© D.R

The English site 'The Richest' published the palmares of the naturist beaches worldwide. The beach of Leucate ranks first in this Top 10!

According to a ranking published on the English site “The Richest”, well known for its multiple palmares, Leucate ranks first in the Top 10 of the naturist beaches worldwide, "The Top Nude Beaches in the World".
At the highest ranks of a podium completed by the beaches situated on Mallorca and in Florida, included in a ranking which also lists beaches in Greece, Croatia or the Canary Islands, the beach at Leucate made its difference by its golden fine sand, extending to one mile.

During this year 2014 when Leucate celebrates its 40th anniversary of the establishment of the naturist perimeter on its territory, authorized by the “Mission Racine” for the development of the coast of Languedoc, this is a great recognition of the natural assets and the quality of life, a benefit for the town and its naturist sector in particular. By the way, the town administration is looking forward to welcome the general assembly of the French Naturist Federation, which will be held at Port-Leucate on 11th and 12th May.

Through the voice of its Mayor Michel Py, the City of Leucate welcomes this international spotlight directed that way to one of its entities. Strengthened by its geographic and architectural diversity as well as its wealth brought by its five composing entities, Leucate regularly appears at the top rankings, its beaches being recognized each year among the most beautiful ones in France. In addition, it is the only town in the “Departement de l’Aude” being part of the natural marine Park of the Gulf of Lion.
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Rankings on: www.therichest.com/expensive-lifestyle/location/the-top-nude-beaches-in-the-world/

MPENJATI NATURIST BEACH,
SOUTH AFRICA



On Saturday, 10th May, 2014, Amanda and I attended the first AGM of the Kwazulu Natal Naturist Association (KZNNA) and we were pleased to see the group building relationships with each other and with a newly appointed Management Committee (MANCO) which had “grand” ideas.

Little did we realise that they were not joking. They would open a bank account, do marketing for new members, promote the establishment of naturist resorts and guesthouses in KZN, apply for a Non-Profit Organisation (NPO) number with the Department of Social Development, apply for a naturist friendly beach and promote naturism in the KZN province. All was done within 6 to 8 months.

However, the one item that made the biggest impact, not only for KZNNA but also for naturism in South Africa, was the application for the naturist friendly beach falling under the Hibiscus Coast Municipality (HCM) on the KZN South Coast. I didn’t take it seriously until Christo Bothma, the Chairman of KZNNA, sent me an email saying “look how far we are now with the nudist beach”. He had been invited to a public debate about the application for a naturist friendly beach at Trafalgar Beach. That was on a Friday and the debate would be on the Monday. I asked if he will be there and if SANNA could do anything to assist him. He said that he was about to go on a 3 week tour throughout the country and there was no way that he could take leave that Monday.

I panicked and decided to phone Serge who normally helps me to relax just by saying a few words but this time, he did exactly the opposite – he stressed me out completely by telling me that I had better make a plan to be there for the debate. After nearly having a heart attack, I phoned Serge again and told him that, for business reasons, I cannot be on TV and radio, my clients will not understand. Within, an hour, and after the approval of Christo of KZNNA, I convinced Serge to fly up to Durban and to go with me to the debate.

Amanda and I drove down to Durban on the Sunday and fetched Serge from the airport. I had lots of papers which I had printed including information about naturist beaches overseas, the numbers of naturists in Europe etc. I was hoping for an early night but Serge had other ideas. He wanted to be well prepared for the debate so we went through every document and I suggested that we put ourselves in the shoes of the officials of Hibiscus Coast Municipality. What would they want? Economic growth, jobs created, tourists from South Africa and from Europe etc. By the time I fell asleep Serge was still going through documents and preparing himself for the debate. For some reason, he really became “attached” to an article that proved that naturists are the “most sane” and that we are not crazy compared to most.

The next morning, we left Umchlanga early and we were one of the first to arrive at the Marquee tent erected especially for the debate. John of The Hooting Owl arrived and didn’t help my nerves by telling me that the “locals” had a petition against the application and a very loud lady started telling everybody how she is against the nudist beach. We sat quietly in the front row and I was so grateful that Serge was there to go on stage to represent KZNNA and SANNA. An official arrived and handed out the Agenda and there for everybody to see, “Athol Lutge, Chairman of the South African National Naturist Association (SANNA)” on the panel - so within minutes, I found myself on the stage, facing that aggressive woman and her supporters. I was asked by Serge what chance we have of having the beach application approved and I said that I thought that we had a 5% chance.






May 1 - 4, 2015

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Focus is published by the INF for its member federations. You are welcome to redistribute it to your members or use any of the content in your local country's publications. If you need any of the texts or images in another format, please contact the INF General Secretariat at: naturism@inf-fni.org

We also welcome contributions from member federations. Please send us news about what is happening in your country and we will share it with the rest of the world.

Focus is published in February, April, June, August, October, and December.  The deadline for material to be included is the end of the month prior. e..g. July 31 for the August issue.

Central Committee of the INF:

President:
Sieglinde Ivo (AT)
president@inf-fni.org

Vice-president:
Jean Peters (FLN)
vicepresident@inf-fni.org

Treasurer:
Rolf Beat Hostettler (CH)
treasurer@inf-fni.org

Assessor Europe:
Garmt Kolhorn (NFN)
eu-assessor@inf-fni.org

Assessor Non-European countries and Publisher of Focus:
Stéphane Deschênes (CAN)
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President Legal Commission:
Hervé Begeot
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INF Office Hours:
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The Programme Director was a TV personality and I quickly asked him if I could say a few words and then hand over to Serge, who has vast experience with Sandy Bay as Chairman of the Western Cape Naturist Association (WCNA). He said “cool”. I tried to relax.


The debate started and without going into too much detail, I can assure you that it went much better than any of us had dreamed. I spoke about the INF and about naturism and about the potential for increased tourism, economic growth, job creation etc and Serge did his bit and was heckled when we mentioned how he has proof that naturists are sane. Luckily, he was on a roll and we were very proud of Serge as he was interviewed by SABC, Howzit TV, lots of radio stations and newspapers.

We were then invited to “tea” with the Deputy Mayor and Councillors at one of the municipal offices. I can assure you, Amanda got top points for charming the Deputy Mayor, but Serge and I were not far behind when it came to building relationships with the councillors and municipal 
managers. Serge then did one more TV interview and we then took him to the airport. Serge then asked me what chance we have and I said that I thought that we had a 50% chance. I 
honestly felt that we had done our very best and that it was then in the hands of the councillors.

Christo did a few interviews and then he had to leave on the tour and so Serge handled most of the media – I was interviewed about 4 times on radio and about 12 newspapers interviewed me as well. Serge was interviewed just about every day – sometimes three times in one day.

A few weeks later, I was contacted by Simon of Hibiscus Coast 
to find out if we will be at the Council meeting in Port Shepstone as we were welcome to attend. That was on Friday and the council meeting was on Tuesday. Christo was away, Serge could not fly up from Cape Town so Amanda and I drove down to Port Shepstone that Tuesday morning.


On arrival, I noticed a wall chart with photos of all the councillors so I made a plan to get acopy. I soon realised that there are 56 councillors and 41 are members of the ANC, with only 11 from DA, 2 from Inkatha etc. Amanda and I managed to get a copy of the very thick agenda and we sat in the “peanut gallery” at the back. The meeting started and the agenda was amended to make provision for me to address the meeting 2nd on the agenda. I didn’t know if I was happy or sad because I was unprepared, the first presentation was done with PowerPoint presentations and I had nothing except a pretty blond next to me and a sharp mind.

We did our best, kept a keen sense of humour and did our presentation in front of not only the councillors but plenty of media. The councillors fired lots of questions at me which I answered as best that I could and with a sense of humour. The speaker, Councillor Nair, finished off the item by saying that if this was approved, that he will be in big trouble with his wife. He did, however, admit that the Hibiscus Coast had never before had so much publicity which was great.

I was still saying to the media that we had a 50% chance but deep down I knew it lays in the hands of the politicians – in this case the 41 ANC Councillors. The DA councillors did not seem to support it much to my surprise. I was losing hope. The media kept phoning for interviews and about two weeks later, I was interviewed by a KZN Newspaper and the guy interviewing me asked if I had heard that the ANC had resolved to approve the application for the naturist friendly beach? I said I had not heard that and that I still think that we have a 50% chance. A day later, I received another similar call from another newspaper. I had to wonder “if there is smoke – there is fire” just maybe? Maybe it would be approved. When Simon phoned to ask me if I would attend the next meeting, I spoke to Serge and we made a plan for him to attend (thanks WCNA) - together with Amanda and myself.

This time, the naturist beach item was almost last on their agenda so it was a long wait. The media was there in force and the one naturist friendly cameraman recorded the voting on video. Much to our surprise and delight, the ANC councillors voted for the application and the other opposition parties voted against it or abstained from voting. 


Once the meeting was closed, a press conference was held and attended by Serge who after the press conference was interviewed by many of the media and since then, until now, it has not stopped. We all know about the Carte Blanche article about naturism in South Africa starring Serge, Hugh, Angie, John, Rod, Aimee and Simon of the Hibiscus Coast, who, by the way, arrived at the Carte Blanche interview with a KZNNA sticker on his car.

Since the application was approved, Serge, Amanda and I have met with Anton, Simon and Sibusiso of HCM to discuss the “to do list” including ablutions, shark nets, lifeguards, signage, dustbins, etc. The exact GPS co-ordinates have been agreed on, the bylaws will include the KZNNA Code of Conduct and we have been asked to only do our official launch in March or April, 2015.

I would like to thank Christo and the KZNNA MANCO for all that they have done in such a short period of time and with limited members, I would also like to thank Serge and the WCNA MANCO for their hard work, support and funding and for “lending” Serge to us as SANNA Vice Chairman and Spokesperson – we would have been nowhere without Serge. Thanks also to Sun Eden, Hibisiscus Coast Municipality and the Media for all the support and publicity and thanks Amanda for driving the car on all those trips when I no longer could keep my eyes open and for “sorting out” that “lady” who complained about the flabby parts on the beach and who called naturists weird and abnormal. Thanks most of all, to the members of SANNA and INF for your support and teamwork.

Naturism in South Africa is TAKING OFF.

Athol Lofty Lutge
SANNA Chairman





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terça-feira, 28 de outubro de 2014

Focus: Outubro de 2014


Federation Focus
October 2014


 
2014 Congress

The 34th INF Congress was a great success!  This was the 60th anniversary of the first INF Congress which was held in Vienna in 1954. The Irish were generous and gracious hosts to the 25 countries represented. They even arranged for unseasonably warm and sunny weather. The people of Ireland showed a great deal of interest. Most major Irish media outlets covered the event. We were also honoured to be joined by several government officials.

The minutes of the Congress will soon be sent out by email and posted in the download area. But in the meantime, here are a few of the highlights:

Working plan
The new INF Working Plan is being implemented. If we can deliver on all of the action items identified, it will herald an unprecedented level of cooperation among the international naturist community. But as we discussed during the congress, the INF does not have the resources to implement the Working Plan alone. We need all federation to provide volunteers to serve in the working groups. You can review the Working Plan in the download area. Please contact the INF office if you are interested in serving on one of the Working Groups.

Forums
Nick Caunt, the BN delegate, suggested that web-based forums would be a good solution to improving communications between the INF and its member federations. BN has found this method to be quite effective in their federation. Given that it can be done at minimal cost, there was consensus that we should try it. The new forums have now been setup. The official contact at each federation will soon receive information about how to login. Initially, only one login will be created. However, federations can request that additional people be added.
The forum is located at: http://forum.inf-fni.org/

Central Committee
Two new members of the INF Central Committee were elected. Jean Peters (FLN) is now Vice President and Garmt Kolhorn (NFN) is now Assessor for European Countries.
We thank Bernd Huijser whose tenure was brief but whose commitment and persistence is responsible for the Working Plan that is going to drive the direction of the INF. We also owe a debt to Mick Ayers whose decades of tireless dedication to the INF resulted in so many successes that it is impossible to list them all here.

Download Area
The motion by the Swiss Naturist Union to password-protect some of the download area was passed. As a result, you will soon receive instructions on how to access the password-protected download area.

Ireland Congress Photos
the photo album of the congress in Ireland is now finished and can be ordered at the INF-FNI office. The price is € 30,-- including shipping costs.

Survey
Did you attend the 2014 Congress in Ireland?  If yes, we would appreciate getting your feedback. Please take this short survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2XNBWZR
 
2016 Congress
The 35th Congress will be held in New Zealand.









Delegates from Spain, Denmark, Slovenia, and Croatia being interviewed by an Irish reporter during the congress.
 


 




 
Delegates pose for the official 2014 Congress photo










Kay Hannam from NZNF who convinced the General Assembly that the 2016 congress should be in New Zealand.










A working group discussing problems and solutions relating to censorship of naturism during the INF Congress.
 







World Naturist Day 2015
The world naturist day for the year 2015 was agreed on the 28th of June.

Reminders

Remember to tell your member clubs to keep their listing up to date. They can login and edit their own club listing. If they have forgotten their login or need to register, just tell them to contact the INF.




About Focus

Focus is published by the INF for its member federations. You are welcome to redistribute it to your members or use any of the content in your local country's publications. If you need any of the texts or images in another format, please contact the INF General Secretariat at: naturism@inf-fni.org

We also welcome contributions from member federations. Please send us news about what is happening in your country and we will share it with the rest of the world.

Focus is published in February, April, June, August, October, and December.  The deadline for material to be included is the end of the month prior. e..g. July 31 for the August issue.

Central Committee of the INF:

President:
Sieglinde Ivo (AT)
president@inf-fni.org

Vice-president:
Jean Peters (FLN)
vicepresident@inf-fni.org

Treasurer:
Rolf Beat Hostettler (CH)
treasurer@inf-fni.org

Assessor Europe:
Garmt Kolhorn (NFN)
eu-assessor@inf-fni.org

Assessor Non-European countries and Publisher of Focus:
Stéphane Deschênes (CAN)
ww-assessor@inf-fni.org

President Legal Commission:
Hervé Begeot
info@inf-fni.org

INF Office Hours:
Wednesday – Friday, 8h00 – 11h00












Alton Towers 2014
 
There are still rooms available for British Naturism’s 2014 BN Alton Towers water park event on November 14-16. All INF members get the BN member rates. http://www.bn.org.uk/activities/big_days_out.php/_/upcoming-events/alton-towers-r2

 
Support

Dear Federations,
South Africa now has  the possibility to establish its first naturist beach. For that purpose it needs your support in terms of signatures and comments.
http://www.petitions24.com/mpenjati_beach_-_first_official_beach_in_south_africa

Serge Pavlovic, President WCNA, thanks you sincerely for your support! Can you please forward this to your clubs.
First Family Naturists Weekend in Serbia

Dear friends, members of INF-FNI!

We invite you to participate in a unique Family naturist weekend which will be held for the first time in Serbia!  As  one  of  the  youngest  member  of  INF-FNI  we  try  to  develop  naturist  movement  even  though  our  country doesn’t have a sea. We perform the action to develop and improve the accommodation and the vacations of people who support the freedom of living and the naturist life style.  We want  to show you  the  traditional  Serbian hospitality,  to introduce you to  our country  and its  beauty  as well as  our  naturist  organization. We want to learn from you how to improve our work and, in a joint gathering, to represent that Serbia has a lot to offer to the naturists from all over the world.
Tourist Resort "Relax", which is our residence place of this weekend, although it is not  a naturist resort, offered us  all their capacities and capabilities  with the goal to make this weekend for You very nice, special and pleasant and to create a general feeling for all participants like in a proper naturist center of the highest level.
This resort is located only 50km from Belgrade (our capital) in the beautiful small town Kovačica, which is world-wide known for many of extremely talented naïve painters.  Thematically, our naturist weekend will be dedicated to this kind of art.  Nearby this resort there is a village Idvor, the birthplace of Mihajlo Pupin, our world-wide famous scientist in the field of telecommunications.  Also,  in  Kovačica  You  can  visit  the  home  and  workshop  of  Mr. Nemček who is a famous master - builder of handmade violins.
For more information please visit: http://www.nos.org.rs/index.php/aktivnosti/24-first-family-naturist-weekend-in-serbia













 





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quarta-feira, 13 de agosto de 2014

Focus Agosto (versão Inglesa)



Federation Focus
August 2014


  14% of Canadians are willing to try naturism!

Wreck Beach, Vancouver, Canada

The results of the 2014 survey on Canadians’ experience and attitudes toward nudity and naturism are now available.

Identifying the size of the movement has always been challenging. While it is easy to count members of associations and visitors to naturist facilities, that represents only a small portion of participants. What about those who only try naturism on vacation? And the ones who frequent clothing-optional beaches?

The FCN first answered the question in a 1999 survey. But are the results still relevant a decade and a half later?

We wanted to update the data, determine trends, and reaffirm the original conclusions. So the FCN, the Fédération Québécoise de naturisme (FQN) and Bare Oaks Family Naturist Park got together to gather updated information. A new survey was commissioned using an Ipsos panel. We asked very similar questions. But because we had a bigger budget as a group, we were able to go more into depth by separating experience from intent. The survey was designed, implemented and interpreted by Mark Wilkins Communications.

The results show that interest in naturism is up from 1999. Here are some of the conclusions:
  • Just over 2-in-3 Canadians (69%) claim to have engaged in at least 1 of 6 naturist behaviours tested. The exact same proportion claim to be open to doing so in future. Experience and openness are notably stronger amongst males, and, regionally, Albertans compared to Canadians living elsewhere.
  • At roughly 6-in-10 overall, experience with sleeping in the nude and openness to doing so in future outstrips experience with and openness to other behaviours to a significant degree.
  • This is followed at close to 1-in-2 by experience with / openness to walking around one’s home in the nude.
  • At roughly 1-in-5, a third tier of experience and openness is represented by swimming in the nude (not in mixed company scoring higher than doing so in mixed company particularly when future behaviour is considered).
  • Finally, experience with visiting a naturist / nude beach of resort reside at roughly 1-in-20, but rises significantly to the 1-in-10 range when considering openness to doing so in future.
  • Regionally, Canadians demonstrate several noteworthy differences in their openness to various naturist behaviours:
    • Albertans have greater experience with and are more open to naturism in the home setting (sleeping, walking around) than Canadians elsewhere.
    • British Columbians and Ontarians lead the way in terms of experience with nude swimming, but Albertans show the greatest openness to consider doing so in future (both in unmixed and mixed company).
    • While British Columbians have the most experience with visiting nude beaches, Albertans and residents of the Prairie Provinces are most open to doing so in future – and also lead in terms of openness to visiting a naturist resort in future.
  • Finally, while younger Canadians (< 25 years of age) have not to-date shown a greater proclivity to naturist behaviours (their experience being generally on par with that of Canadians aged 35+), they do demonstrate a higher openness to engaging in all in future (exception: sleeping in the nude, to which Canadians of all ages are roughly equivalent in terms of openness).
  • When we collapse across public behaviours (ie. swimming nude in mixed company or going to a naturist/nude beach or resort), we find that 1-in-5 (21%) Canadians have engaged in such behavior and that 1-in-4 (25%) are open to the idea in future.
You can read the complete survey at: 
 


"Pashtut" Movement, the Israeli movement of social nudity


A few weeks ago we heard about the International Reading Naked Day and decided to celebrate this special day with a first time event of naked poetry and short story reading in Tel Aviv, Israel.
On July 5th, the International Day of Nude Reading, the Pashtut movement in Israel held a unique and fascinating event: a naked literature-reading evening. In the event which took place in a pub of south Tel Aviv, more than a dozen naked writers read some of their poetry and prose to tens of other naked women and men. The common subject was – but of course – "naked writing"… Adi, 45, read a personal story about dealing with her naked body – hesitations first, then the realization that the real person lies under the cloths. Another reader, who experienced social nudity for the first time in his life that evening, read one of his poems - about the social norms that chain us all. Ten other readers shared with the audience their texts, their relationships with nudity and with their body.
Pashtut in Hebrew means simplicity, but implies to nakedness. The movement, founded about two months ago, publicly promotes social nudity in Israel as a legitimate activity. The reading event – only the first in a long list of planned naked events – aims to increase awareness and fight prejudice in the Israeli society, by exposing the public to the naturist way of life, the magic in social nudity and its positive effect on self-confidence, body awareness, freedom of the mind and one's happiness in general. The Pashtut movement was established by a few people who experienced social nudity in the past, and met around the installation of the famous nudity photographer Spencer Tunick at the Dead Sea on September 2011. After a few years of practicing social nudity in closed groups and closed events, the founders have decided "to come out of the social nudity closet" and share it with the public.
The reactions vary. Pashtut's public Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/pashtut.org) received over 800 likes in less than two months of activity; registration for the naked reading event exceeded the actual capacity of the pub that hosted it, and the Israeli media was very supportive. Talkbacks in the electronic media, on the other hand, tend to be negative and mean. After all, while Israel is western and modern, the idea of social nudity is yet to be widely accepted. Many object nudity for religious reasons. Others for prejudice – nudity is automatically related to sexual misconduct and promiscuity. These reactions were expected, and the people behind Pashtut know they still have a long way to go until social nudity becomes legitimate nationwide, and accepted as pure, non-sexual, and socially positive.
Thank you
"Pashtut" (simplicity) Movement, the Israeli movement of social nudity.







Sept. 11-14, 2014
Lough Allen Hotel & Spa
Drumshanbo Co Leitrim
Ireland

Sept. 26 - 28, 2014 Netherlands

Reminders

Remember to tell your member clubs to keep their listing up to date. They can login and edit their own club listing. If they have forgotten their login or need to register, just tell them to contact the INF.




About Focus

Focus is published by the INF for its member federations. You are welcome to redistribute it to your members or use any of the content in your local country's publications. If you need any of the texts or images in another format, please contact the INF General Secretariat at: naturism@inf-fni.org

We also welcome contributions from member federations. Please send us news about what is happening in your country and we will share it with the rest of the world.

Focus is published in February, April, June, August, October, and December.  The deadline for material to be included is the end of the month prior. e..g. July 31 for the August issue.

Central Committee of the INF:

President:
Sieglinde Ivo (AT) - president@inf-fni.org
Vice-president:
Mick Ayers (ES)- vicepresident@inf-fni.org
Treasurer:
Rolf Beat Hostettler (CH) - treasurer@inf-fni.org
Assessor Europe:
Bernd Huijser (NL) eu-assessor@inf-fni.org
Assessor Non-European countries and Publisher of Focus:
Stéphane Deschênes (CAN) ww-assessor@inf-fni.org
President Legal Commission:
Hervé Begeot info@inf-fni.org

INF Office Hours:
Wednesday – Friday, 8h00 – 11h00

















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