International Sporting Federation of Catholic Schools
Fédération internationale sportive de l'enseignement catholique (FISEC)
1946 Paris France
Founded 1946, Paris (France). Operational from 1948, Monaco, at first games for young men. Registered under French law. Also referred to in English as International Federation of Sport in Catholic Education.
Promote and integrate physical and sports education into general education; contribute to the development of sport in schools; look into problems of sport in conjunction with other international organizations; promote friendship and understanding among young people in line with the educative project of Catholic education, and bring about meetings and exchanges among them.
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General Assembly (annual); Executive Bureau; International Technical Commission (CTI); K-XK1121 - International Commission for Educational and Pastoral Reflection. A branch of: B-XB0220 - Catholic International Education Office, agreement on close cooperation having been signed 4 Dec 1971.
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