Fédération internationale pour le traitement de l'information et de la communication (INTERSTENO)
International Federation for Information and Communication Processing
Internationale Föderation für Informations und Kommunikationsverarbeitung
1954 Vevey Switzerland
Founded 1954, Vevey (Switzerland), as International Federation for Stenography and Typewriting -- Fédération internationale de sténographie et de dactylographie -- Federación Internacional de Taquigrafia y Dactilografia -- Internationale Föderation für Kurzschrift und Maschinenschreiben -- Federazione Internazionale di Stenografia e Dattilografia. Subsequently changed title to Fédération internationale pour le traitement de l'information -- International Federation for Information Processing -- Internationale Föderation für Informationsverarbeitung. First Articles adopted 1 Aug 1955, Monaco; latest modifications adopted 15 Jul 2011, Paris (France).
Associate professional stenographers, typists, reporters and word processing teachers of all countries; centralize, exchange and disseminate information of a professional character; establish personal contacts among members; advance joint studies concerning the profession; defend moral and material interests of national groups of professional stenographers and typists.
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