International Society for Intercultural Education, Training and Research (SIETAR-International)
Société internationale pour l'éducation, la formation et la recherche interculturelles
1974 Pittsburgh PA USA
1974, Pittsburgh PA (USA), as Society for Intercultural Training and Research (SITAR). Also known as Society for Intercultural Education, Training and Research (SIETAR) – Société pour l'éducation, la formation et la recherche interculturelles or under the acronym SI. Disbanded in 1999; an administrative hub exists in Brussels (Belgium) to coordinate activities of the regional and local SIETAR groups but there is no longer a single umbrella organization. 2006, SIETAR Global Council formed but as of 2013 no longer active.
Implement and promote cooperative interaction and effective communication among peoples of diverse cultures, races and ethnic groups; encourage development and application of knowledge, values and skills to enable effective intercultural, interracial and interethnic activity at individual, group, organization and community levels.
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Executive Committee, comprising President, President-Elect, Executive Vice-President, Treasurer, Immediate Past President and one Parliamentarian. Governing Council, consisting of 22 members. Secretariat: Operations Manager; Administrative Director. E-XE2513 - SIETAR-Europa is a regional SIETAR.
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