International Sericultural Commission (ISC)
Commission séricicole internationale (CSI)
Comisión Sericicola Internacional (CSI)
Internationale Seidenbau Kommission (ISK)
1948-06-11 Alès France
11 Jun 1948, Ales (France), by resolution of 7th International Congress of Sericulture, as Permanent Commission of the International Sericultural Congresses -- Commission permanente des congrès séricoles internationaux. Present Commission instituted as an intergovernmental organization by international convention of 1 Jul 1957, Paris (France). Registered according to French law, 1 Feb 1962. Registered with United Nations vide Reg No 10418.
Encourage and promote development and improvement in technical, scientific and economic fields of all activities dealing with silkworm rearing in general, including moriculture, grainage, sericulture and raw silk reeling; develop and coordinate work making the silkworm and related insects a biological model.
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Conference (every 3 years); Executive Committee (meets twice a year); Secretariat, headed by Secretary-General. Technical meetings and congresses open; Executive Committees and Conferences open to country delegates.
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