International Commission on Civil Status (ICCS)
Commission internationale de l'état civil (CIEC)
1948-09 Amsterdam Netherlands
Sep 1948, Amsterdam (Netherlands). Recognized in Bern (Switzerland) by protocol dated 25 Sep 1950; further protocol dated 25 Sep 1952.
Promote international treaties on civil status problems and international family law; encourage exchange of legislative texts and regulations; advise authorities and administrations of member States; research means of simplifying or unifying the rights of individuals and administrative techniques concerning civil status.
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General Assembly (annual); Bureau; National Sections (7). Membership open to governments only. Meetings closed.
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