ECO-Crea International Institute for the Expansion and Coordination of the Observatories on Creativity (International ECO-CREA)
Istituto Internazionale ECO-Crea per l'Espansione e il Coordinamento degli Osservatori sulla Creatività (Istituto ECO-CREA)
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1991-02 Assisi Italy
Feb 1991, Assisi (Italy), by G-XG0787 - ICS - International Communication Society and International Committee for the Promotion of Advanced Educational Research (CAPIRE). The latter is currently incorporated into ECO-Crea. Registered office with ICS. Registered in accordance with Italian law.
Increase creative and cognitive potentialities of mankind; expand international exchange of information on research and education to improve creativity through a network of observatories of research on creativity in science, art and management; plan and promote scientific studies about brain and creativity and educational innovative experiments for conscious development of scientific and artistic imagination.
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