Association de recherche coopérative internationale (ARCI)
International Cooperative Research
1966 Évian-les-Bains France
1966, Evian-les-Bains (France), on the initiative of Paul-Henry Chombart de Lauwe (1913-1998), at congress of B-XB2575 - International Sociological Association (ISA), as a committee 'Aspirations, besoins et développement', growing from a seminar, 1963, at l'Ecole des hautes études en sciences sociales. Subsequently became a 'Recherche coopérative sur programme'. Also referred to as International Cooperation Research: Socio-Economic Transformations and Cultural Dynamic -- Association de recherche coopérative internationale: Transformations socio-économiques et dynamique culturelle. Current statutes adopted by Extraordinary General Assembly, 18 Feb 1988. Registered in accordance with French law.
Act as an international and interdisciplinary research centre and a network of university institutions, NGOs and researchers; ensure international scientific cooperation among researchers and specialists for the study of social change and the cultural dynamic in contemporary society, in connection with technical and economic transformation and evolution of power relationships.
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