FIRST INTERNATIONAL MEETING
September 23-25, 1911, Turin
700 persons attending to the meeting all over Italy. In the placard, we can read: "... accepted also: Spain, Mexico, S. Salvador Rep., United States, Mato Grosso, Chilí, Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay".
Promoter of the Meeting are the past pupils from Turin, Giaveno, Nice, and Chieri. The important product of the meeting is the statute that describes the specific structure of the Association. In this occasion, the next number of the magazine comes out intitled "The Echo of the past pupils of FMA".
SECOND INTERNATIONAL MEETING
May 20-23, 1920
In Turin, the II International Meeting takes place together to the unveiling of Don Bosco monument, desired bu the SBD past pupils and realized with the contribution of the Association of the past pupils of FMA.
We live community moments with the past pupils and Cooperators gathered for the VIII Meeting. The Statute of the Expupils Association is approved definitively and a Board of Directors takes place. The Unions are increased up to 255. The Association includes 67.000 registere members! (cf. Union, August 1922, p. 6)
August 13-15, 1922, Nice Monferrato
Celebration of the 50th of the foundation of the FMA Institute.
August 28-31, 1958, Turin
Celebration of the 50th of the the past pupils of FMA movement.
In Turin, past pupils participation to the celebrations for the centenary of the foundation of the FMA Institute. Also Latin American and European International Meetings and Conferences take place.
EUROPEAN MEETING FOR THE 75° OF THE FOUNDATION OF THE ASSOCIATION
1983, Sassone (Rome)
370 past pupils, not only European but arrived from Brasil, Argentina, Cile, Colombia, Japan, Perù, attend to the meeting. 20 work shops deepen the subject: "United for a path of hope".
FIRST INTERNATIONAL MEETING OF THE PAST PUPILS OF DON BOSCO AND THE PAST PUPILS OF FMA
November 3-9, 1988, Rome
In the first Centenary of S. Giovanni Bosco's death.
SUBJECT: "THE EDUCATIONAL HERITAGE OF DON BOSCO AND MOTHER MAZZARELLO LIVED TODAY BY THE PAST PUPILS OF DON BOSCO AND THE PAST PUPILS OF FMA"