World Foundation for the Transnationalization of Specialized Terminology (WFTST)
1990-10-20 Warsaw Poland
20 Oct 1990, Warsaw (Poland), when statutes were adopted, to function within U-XF0150 - International Organization for Unification of Terminological Neologisms (IOUTN). Registered in accordance with Polish law, Jul 1992. Dormant 1998, no further activity reported since.
In support of IOUTN: promote transnationalization of specialized terminology; achieve international exchange, collection and dissemination of terminological neologisms, including through mass media; extend exchange of newest specialized terminological data between terminology banks and centres; initiate international agreements on use of specialized international terminology, transnational codes, signs; stimulate work aimed at creation of a global system of concepts regarding specialized terminology.
General Meeting. Council (meets at least once a year), consisting of President, 2 Vice-Presidents, Secretary and 10 elected members. Board, comprising Chairman, Secretary and 4 members. Administrative and office services secured by IOUTN.
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