SIIS Social Information and Research Centre
SIIS Centre de documentation et de recherche
SIIS Centro de Documentación y Estudios
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1972 San Sebastian Santa Cruz de Tenerife Spain
Founded 1972, San Sebastian (Spain). Original title: International Information Service on Mental Retardation -- Service international d'information sur l'arriération mentale -- Servicio Internacional de Información sobre Subnormales (SIIS). Documentation Centre set up in Madrid (Spain), 1980.
Contribute to the improvement of social wellbeing policies, organization of social services and practice of all professionals in sectors involved in social care; offer all those interested, particularly institutions, professionals and research, a document collection service specializing in social policy and social services.
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