International Association of University Professors and Lecturers (IAUPL)
Association internationale des professeurs et maîtres de conférences des universités
Asociación Internacional de Profesores y Conferenciantes Universitarios
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1945-07-01 Oxford UK
1 Jul 1945, Oxford (UK), as World Association of University Professors -- Association mondiale des professeurs d'université, on merging of H-XH2796 - International University Conference, inaugurated Jul 1934, Oxford (UK), and Association of Professors and Lecturers of the Allied Countries in Great Britain, set up Jan 1942, London (UK). Statutes adopted Apr 1947, Brussels (Belgium); amended: 7 Sep 1956, Munich (Germany FR); 28 Sep 1962, Ghent (Belgium); 11 Sep 1964, Heidelberg (Germany FR); Sep 1990, Paris (France). Registered in accordance with French law, 3 Feb 1971.
Develop academic fraternity among university teachers and research workers and further their interests; protect the independence and freedom of teaching and research; defend academic freedom; consider academic problems and questions referred by governments, university authorities, or any other appropriate body; collaborate with bodies having similar interests.
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Council (normally every 4 years, at International University Conference), constituted by elected representatives of every National Section and of every Group. Executive Committee, composed of 8 members elected from members of Council and one additional co-opted member; President and 2 Vice-Presidents, elected by Council from the countries of membership in rotation; Honorary Secretary-General and Treasurer, elected for 4 years. European Liaison Committee. Meetings closed.
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