International Commission on Glass (ICG)
Commission internationale du verre (CIV)
Comisión Internacional del Vidrio
Internationale Kommission für Glas
1933-09-23 Venice Italy
Founded 23 Sep 1933, Venice (Italy), when constitution was signed by 6 founding members. New constitution approved 1950, Bern (Switzerland); revised 1964, Copenhagen (Denmark); 5 Nov 1974; 18 Dec 1978. Legal status under Belgian law of 25 Oct 1919, granted by Royal Decree 11 Apr 1968. 'Sub-title' Union of Scientific and Technical Organizations added 1967. Registered in accordance with Belgian law.
Stimulate cooperative effort in glass technology; serve as an international centre for the exchange of information on the art, science and technology of glass.
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