Instituto Latinoamericano de la Comunicación Educativa (ILCE)
Institut latinoaméricain de communication éducative
Latin American Institute of Educational Communication
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1956-05-30 Mexico City Mexico
Founded on signature of an agreement by the Mexican government and B-XB3383 - UNESCO, following decision of UNESCO General Conference, 1954, Montevideo (Uruguay). Agreement was initially for 2 years but was later renewed. Restructured, and objectives and scope restated, 31 May 1978, on signature of a convention for cooperation by 13 Latin America and Caribbean countries. Statutes registered in 'UNTS 1/20439'.
Enhance education through different media - publication, software and audiovisual; promote regional cooperation in research, experimentation, production and distribution of audiovisual materials; secure preparation and training of human resources in the field of educational technology.
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Executive Board, consisting of an accredited representative of each Latin American country which has signed and ratified the Convention.
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