Since then the games have been repeated biennially and membership of the International Island Games Association has grown to 25, including Gibraltar, Greenland, Bermuda, St Helena, Menorca, Rhodes, Shetlands, Cayman Islands and the Isle of Wight.
What does IIGA stand for?
IIGA stands for International Island Games Association
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- Indian Institute of Geomagnetism (Navi Mumbai, India)
- Infinity Incentive Group (Scottsdale, AZ)
- Instantaneous Inverse Gain
- International Insurance Group
- International Internet Gateway
- Iraqi Interim Government
- Interim Islamic Government of Afghanistan
- International Institute of Gaming Animation (Mumbai, India)
- International Internet Gaming Association
- Institute for Integrative Genome Biology (University of California, Riverside)
- Institute of Genetics and Biophysics (Italy)
- If I Googled Correctly
- International Imaging Genetics Conference (University of California, Irvine)
- Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change
- Insulin-Independent Glucose Disposal
- Inverse Iteration Generalized Davidson
- International Institute for Global Education
- International Group of Eminent Persons (Sri Lanka; human rights investigation)
- International Independent Group of Eminent Persons (Sri Lanka)
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It's all about having something concrete to show the International Island Games Association.
We will now take stock of the recommendations made by the International Island Games Association and try to learn from them should we decide to make another bid sometime in the future.
The International Island Games Association will be meeting in the Shetland Islands on July 12 to decide on the venue of the 2009 event.
The ambitious move comes just two months before the 24 members of the International Island Games Association meet in the Shetland Islands to pick a venue.
Now, after more than two years of talking and planning, Anglesey's ambitious bid to host the 2009 spectacular was given vital backing by the International Island Games Association executive.
International Island Games Association treasurer Eric Legg will be taking a closer look at Anglesey's financial commitment to staging the games for the first time in 2009.
``Officials representing the International Island Games Association visited us two months ago to see how our bid was progressing and were very impressed with the enthusiastic support shown for the campaign by people across the island.