East-West Center (EWC)
1960-05-14 Honolulu HI USA
14 May 1960, Honolulu HI (USA), as Center for Cultural and Technical Interchange between East and West, by US Congressional legislation.
Promote better relations and understanding among the peoples of Asia, the Pacific and the United States through cooperative study, training and research.
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Board of Governors; Alumni Association: K-XE7225 - East-West Center Association (EWCA); Finance: K-XF0991 - East-West Center Foundation. Includes: K-XF0607 - Pacific Islands Development Program (PIDP), which also serves as Secretariat for the 'Pacific Island Conference' and its E-XE1107 - Standing Committee of the Pacific Islands Conference of Leaders. Serves as secretariat to G-XG9754 - United States/Pacific Island Nations Joint Commercial Commission (JCC), whose G-XG9755 - Pacific Islands Business Network (PIBN) is administered by PIDP.
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