Asocio de Studado Internacia pri Spiritaj kaj Teologiaj Instruoj (ASISTI)
Association internationale d'étude des enseignements spirituels et théologiques
International Association for the Study of Spiritual and Theological Teachings
1989-08-01 Brighton UK
1 Aug 1989, Brighton (UK), following a number of initiatives dating back to 1901, including a series Esperantist Inter-Faith Meeting (IRKE) from 1969 at international congresses organized by A-XA3399 - Universal Esperanto Association (UEA). As of 2010, ceased to exist.
Contribute to research in the field of comparative religion; aid a better understanding among religions and spiritual movements, and dialogue on religious belief; promote peace through better understanding among religions and spiritual movements; act as a forum for spiritual and religious questions; inform on Esperanto in religious and spiritual circles.
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Board, comprising President, Treasurer, Secretary/Vice-Treasurer and the presidents or secretaries of commissions, currently 3: edition of an (Inter-) Religious Anthology in Esperanto; Public Relations; Meetings Coordinating Committee.
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