International Social Service (ISS)
Service Social International (SSI)
Servicio Social Internacional (SSI)
1921-01 Geneva Switzerland
Founded by B-XB3609 - World Young Women's Christian Association (World YWCA) to deal with social problems resulting from migration (at that time IMS was essentially restricted to Europe and North America). Became an independent organization, Oct 1924, with headquarters in Geneva (Switzerland). Current statutes adopted Apr 2016, Melbourne (Australia).
Assist individuals, children and families confronted with social problems as a consequence of migration.
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International Council (meets every 2 years), acting as General Assembly; Governing Board; Professional Advisory Committee; General Secretariat, directed by Secretary General, located in Geneva (Switzerland); Regional Office in Senegal.
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