International Federation of Settlements and Neighbourhood Centres (IFS)
Fédération internationale des centres sociaux et communautaires
Federación Internacional de Centros Sociales y Centros Vécinales
Internationale Föderation der Sozial-Kulturellen Nachbarschaftszentren
1926 London UK
Founded, the first conference having been held in 1922, London.
Stimulate development of community work in all countries, with a basic concern for community action and development at all levels of society, from local to international by: supporting international projects; coordinating the work of federations in different countries; acting as a documentation centre; encouraging international exchange of community workers and development of national federations; promoting training of volunteers and professional workers.
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