International Institute for Policy, Practice and Research in the Education of Adults (IIA)
Institut international de politiques, pratiques et recherches en formation des adultes
Also referred to as International Institute for Adults -- Institut international pour les adultes. Dissolved, 2000.
Contribute to the education of administrators capable of adapting to the requirements of modern life, particularly in countries faced with problems of rapidly increasing knowledge, upsetting of standards, and challenges such as multiculturalism, transformation of professional and cultural environments, universalization of cultures, and transformation of social relations and communications.
General Assembly. Administrative Council of at least 4. President. Vice-President.
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