ICA Communications Committee (ICACC)
1970, as ICA Working Party on Co-operative Press (WPoCP), replacing 'ICA Press Committee' which had been created following Zurich (Switzerland) Congress, 1946, as a Working Party of A-XA1710 - International Co-operative Alliance (ICA). Name changed at Annual Meeting, 1987, Budapest (Hungary), to ICA Working Party on Co-operative Communications (WPoCC). In 1992, became ICA Committee on Co-operative Communications. Took over the activities of U-XD3746 - Working Party of Cooperative Librarians and Documentation Officers (WPoCLIDO) in 1993. Evolved into an internal specialized committee of ICA.
Improve the professional competence, effectiveness and understanding of people charged with responsibility for co-operative information media in the organizations affiliated with ICA; contribute to the development of the co-operative press; foster contacts among co-operative communicators in order to encourage cooperation and exchange of experience.
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Executive Committee, comprising 6-8 members, including Chairman, Vice Chairman and Secretary.
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