Fédération internationale des organisations de correspondances et d'échanges scolaires (FIOCES)
International Federation of Organizations for School Correspondence and Exchanges
Federación Internacional de Organizaciones de Correspondencia e Intercambios Escolares
1929-05 Paris France
May 1929, Paris (France), by the League of Nations' H-XH2149 - International Institute of Intellectual Cooperation, as Standing Committee for International Scholastic Correspondence -- Comité permanent pour la correspondance scolaire internationale. Reorganized and present name adopted Oct 1946. Registered in accordance with French law. Ceased to exist.
Promote international educational - scholastic and non-scholastic, grouped and individual, and adult - correspondence.
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Congress (every 2 years), consisting of Directors of member organizations; Executive Committee; Secretariat.
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