International Book Committee (IBC)
Comité international du livre (CIL)
1973, as an advisory committee of non-governmental organizations in consultative status with UNESCO which are concerned with books and reading, following the International Book Year (1972). Reformed 1984, Paris (France). Statutes approved 25 May 1985, San Francisco CA (USA). Dissolved.
Further international cooperation in the book field, and stimulate collective and individual interaction between members; advise UNESCO on matters relating to programmes relevant to the production and promotion of the book and reading.
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Bureau, consisting of Chairman and Vice-Chairman/Rapporteur, plans meetings and activities under the direction and with the cooperation of member organizations.
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