International Association for the Study of Sexuality, Culture and Society (IASSCS)
1997-07 Amsterdam Netherlands
Founded following the conference "Beyond Boundaries: Sexuality Across Cultures", jointly hosted by the Universities of Amsterdam and Chicago. Closed permanently.
Strengthen both research and the capacity to conduct research, on socio-cultural dimensions of sexuality, with special attention to promoting research equity in the global South; strengthen communication and promote collaboration among researchers, policy makers and activists/advocates; carry out activities based on principles of social justice and human rights, with a focus on sexual rights and gender equality as expressed in the Cairo Programme of Action, CEDAW and the UNGASS Declaration on HIV/AIDS.
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General Assembly, elects Board of Directors of 5 members of regional representation (every 2 years); Secretariat. Committees (3): Research and Training; Dissemination and Publication; Policy and Advocacy.
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