International Association for Community Development (IACD)
Founded 1952, USA. Between 1977-1998 head office in Marcinelle (Belgium), when was registered in accordance with Belgian law, 21 Nov 1978. Former French title: Association internationale de développement et d'action communautaires (AIDAC). Moved, Jan 1998, to Edinburgh (UK), and registered in accordance with Scottish law, number: SCO36090.
Promote participative democracy, sustainable development, rights, economic opportunity, equality and social justice through organization, education and empowerment of people within their communities, whether these be of locality, identity or interest, in urban and rural settings.
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