International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSSP)
Union internationale pour l'étude scientifique de la population (UIESP)
Unión Internacional para el Estudio Cientifico de la Población (UIECP)
1928-07 Paris France
Founded Jul 1928, Paris (France), as International Union for the Scientific Investigation of Population Problems – Union internationale pour l'étude scientifique des problèmes de la population. Restructured and present name adopted Sep 1947, Washington DC (USA). Constitution adopted 8 Sep 1969, London (UK); amended: 30 Aug 1973, Liège (Belgium); Jun 1985, Florence (Italy); Sep 1989, Delhi (India); Aug 1993, Montréal (Canada); Oct 1997, Beijing (China); Jul 2005, Tours (France); Nov 2017, Cape Town (South Africa).
Promote the scientific study of population, encourage exchange between researchers and stimulate interest in population issues.
Events2021 | Hyderabad, India – Quadrennial General Conference
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General Assembly (every 4 years at General Conference); Council (serving 4-year terms); National Committees; Administrative Committees (2); Scientific Panels (15); Secretariat, located in Paris (France).
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