Secrétariat international des ingénieurs, des agronomes et des cadres économiques catholiques (SIIAEC)
International Secretariat for Catholic Engineers, Agronomists and Industry Officials
Secretariado Internacional de Agrónomos, Economistas e Ingenieros Católicos
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1951, Paris (France), as Secrétariat international des ingénieurs catholiques (SIIC). A specialized secretariat of Pax Romana, International Catholic Movement for Intellectual and Cultural Affairs (ICMICA). Present title adopted 1954. Also referred to as International Secretariat of Catholic Technologists, Agriculturalists and Economists.
Serve as a link between national associations of Catholic engineers, agriculturalists and economic managers; help in their creation and development; study and propose Christian solutions to problems raised by the practice of the members' professions, in light of the teachings of the Church.Available with paid subscription only.
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United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) (Ros C); International Labour Organization (ILO) (Special List).
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Members in 39 countries
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