International Association for Sports Information (IASI)
1960-09-01 Rome Italy
1 Sep 1960, Rome (Italy), as a Committee of B-XB1757 - International Council of Sport Science and Physical Education (ICSSPE).
Encourage and support documentation and information on physical education and sport in all countries; coordinate efforts in this area following UNISIST guidelines; make projects of general interest known and assist in their realization; offer services to members and organs of ICSSPE, to other organizations working in the area of physical education and sport, to their members and to other interested persons and institutions; stimulate participation among members in international databases.
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General Assembly (at least every 4 years). Praesidium, consisting of President, Vice-Presidents and Managerial Unit (Executive Secretary, Treasurer and Publications Officer). Secretariat. Executive Committee, comprising 25 members. Regional Bureaux in: Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, North America, Oceania. Ad Hoc Working Groups.
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