International Integration Institute of the Andrés Bello Convention
Institut international d'intégration de la Convention Andrés Bello
Instituto Internacional de Integración del Convenio Andrés Bello (III-CAB)
1975-04-10 Viña del Mar Chile
10 Apr 1975, Viña del Mar (Chile), following Resolution No 24, 10 Apr 1975, during the 6th Meeting of Ministers of Education of signatory countries to the F-XD4506 - Convenio Andrés Bello de integración educativa, cientifica y cultural de América Latina y España (Convenio Andrés Bello), of which it is a specialized entity.
Serve as a specialized organization of educational, cultural, scientific and technological integration in areas bordering on the signatory countries to the Andrés Bello Convention; promote integration through education and human resources capacity building; develop renewed ideas on integration based on universal human values; develop activities oriented to this field.
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Executive Committee. General coordination: Integrated Centre of Documentation and Information; Communication; Informatics. Juridical Legal Advisors; Administration and Finances Unit. Secretariat in La Paz (Bolivia).
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