Organization for Industrial, Spiritual and Cultural Advancement International (OISCA International)
Organisation internationale pour le progrès industriel, spirituel et culturel
Organización para el Progreso Industrial, Espiritual y Cultural
1961-10 Tokyo Japan
Oct 1961, Tokyo (Japan), as International Organization for Cultivating Human Spirit (IOCHS). Present name adopted Jan 1965, Tokyo.
Help elevate public consciousness to secure the well-being of current and future generations, of the earth's ecological system, and of the entire biosphere.
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International Board of Directors (meets annually); International Secretariat.
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UN Sustainable Development Goals **
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