Institute of Cultural Affairs International (ICAI)

Institut des affaires culturelles internationales
Instituto Internacional de Asuntos Culturales
Institut für Kulturelle Weiterbildung
Internationaal Instituut voor Kulturele Zaken

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URL: http://www.ica-international.org/

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Founded

1977 Brussels Belgium

History

Founded 1977, Brussels (Belgium), as an international, non profit, association to facilitate activities of a network of autonomous national member institutes. The first national Institute of Cultural Affairs (ICA) -- Institut des affaires culturelles -- Instituto de Asuntos Culturales, founded in Chicago IL (USA), 1973, emerged as a result of the activities of a related body created 1964, also in Chicago, the U-XG2593 - Ecumenical Institute (EI), which focused on training church leaders for church renewal and relevant social action. Relocated to Canada and registered in accordance with Canadian law, 2006.

Aims

As a global community of non-profit organizations advancing human development worldwide, facilitate peer-to-peer interchange, learning and mutual support across the network, for greater and deeper impact.

Events

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Activities

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Structure

General Assembly (GA); Board of Directors. Operates by a decentralized "peer to peer" approach, with responsibility for priority global functions delegated and appropriated by national ICAs.

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UN Sustainable Development Goals **

GOAL 3: Good Health and Well-beingGOAL 4: Quality EducationGOAL 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities

UIA Org ID

XF7747

Last News

2019

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