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
1977 Brussels Belgium
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.
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.
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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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