Union internationale d'aide à la santé mentale (UIASM)
International Union for Mental Health
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1964. Also referred to in English as International Union of Societies for the Aid of Mental Health.
Promote and encourage the creation of national societies and committees promoting the objectives of assistance and mutual aid; establish an effective link between public and private organizations to enable them to share their experience and efforts; facilitate the exchange of information and the comparison of research on all that pertains to the protection of the psychically handicapped; foster the training of personnel consecrated to this task.
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General Assembly (every 2 years). Executive Council (meets at least annually), including the Steering Committee - which consists of President, 4-5 Regional Vice-Presidents, Secretary-General, Treasurer and 4-5 Counsellors - and a geographically and demographically representative membership such that each society and establishment is represented.
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