International Institute for Adult Education Methods (IIAEM)
Institut international pour les méthodes d'alphabétisation des adultes
1968-12-16 Teheran Iran Islamic Rep
16 Dec 1968, Teheran (Iran Islamic Rep), as International Institute for Adult Literacy Methods (IIALM), by agreement with B-XB3383 - UNESCO (with whom it is affiliated) and the Government of Iran.
Collect and publish documents and information related to literacy and adult education; conduct research studies in the different dimensions of illiteracy, literacy and adult education in the Islamic Republic of Iran and other countries; provide a competence-based education that will enable adults to improve or supplement their general knowledge and skills; provide business firms with the knowledge and information they require to become and remain internationally competitive; publish research achievements and scientific materials.
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Director; Executive and Financial Affairs; Public and International Relations Bureau; Research Council, headed by Research and Technology Director; Publishing Centre; Library and Documentation Centre; Centre of Educational Technologies.
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