International Association for Technology Assessment and Forecasting Institutions (IATAFI)
Association internationale des institutions d'évaluation et de prospective technologique
1994-05-04 Bergen Norway
4 May 1994, Bergen (Norway), at Constitutional Meeting/General Assembly, under the auspices of the United Nations, after an interim period since May 1993. Ceased to exist prior to 2010.
Ensure to developing nations the access to technology assessment and to a worldwide institutional database that will allow adequate technology choice as a means for sustainable development; to this end, increase cooperation and sharing of experience among institutions and support developing countries in building a professional technology assessment capability.
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