The INF-FNI marked its 70th anniversary at a special event at CHM Montalivet, in western France.
Around 100 naked people witnessed the unveiling of a new plaque on the monument commemorating the organisation.
Co-presidents Stéphane Deschênes and Sieglinde Ivo, echoed by vice-president Edwin Kilby, noted (in the three official languages of the organisation) that the event marked not only a special anniversary, but also the fact that the values fundamental to naturism remained as strong today as they did 70 years ago.
Those values are the acceptance of everyone, without distinction, with the same benevolence, welcoming everyone without judgment, whatever their origins or physical appearance; in short, respect for everyone, without distinction.
Earlier, the group visited the chalet at the site commemorating Albert and Christiane Lecocq, founders of the Montalivet site and among the pioneers of modern naturism.
The weekend celebration was attended by Naturists from around the world representing 20 countries, among others from Canada, Mexico and South Africa.
The weekend included workshops, opportunities to try out naturist sports, a wine-tasting and a gala dinner.