International Association for Social Progress (IASP)
Association internationale pour le progrès social (AIPS)
Asociación Internacional para el Progreso Social
Internationale Vereinigung für Sozialen Fortschritt
Associazione Internazionale per il Progresso Sociale
1925-09-25 Bern Switzerland
25 Sep 1925, Bern (Switzerland), on fusion of: H-XH7105 - International Committee of Social Insurance, set up 1889, Paris (France); H-XH0074 - International Association for the Legal Protection of Workers, 1901, formed in 1901, Paris; and H-XH0073 - International Association for the Prevention of Unemployment, created 1909, Paris. Dissolved 1992.
Carry out objective research on social questions; arouse public opinion in favour of social reforms; secure propaganda for ratification and application of international conventions on labour and on improvement of social conditions.
International Council; Executive Committee. Congresses open.
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