International Commission for the Prevention of Alcoholism and Drug Dependency (ICPA)
Commission internationale pour la prévention de l'alcoolisme
Comisión internacional para la Prevención del Alcoholismo
Internationaler Ausschuss für die Verhütung der Trinksucht
1952 Washington DC USA
Encourage scientific research on all forms of intoxication by drink, tobacco and drugs, their physiological, mental and moral effects on the individual and their social, economic, political and religious consequences.
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Commission, consisting of 250 prominent men and women, by invitation, representing worldwide geographical regions (number of representatives depending on population). Executive Council, consisting of Executive Director, Vice Presidents (rotate each year, one serving as President), Associate Directors, Treasurers and Honorary Presidents. National Committees. Meetings open.
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