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1976-05 Vancouver BC Canada
May 1976, Vancouver (Canada), as Transnational Network for Appropriate Technologies -- Réseau transnational pour les technologies appropriées -- Red Transnacional para Tecnologias Apropiadas, at UN Conference on Human Settlements, 'Habitat', which also led to setting up of E-XE6809 - United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat). Restructured as an organization in Dec 1978. Remit extended under current title. Ceased to exist 2010.
Stimulate exchange among those actively involved in the alternative and transformational movements worldwide; educate the public on the concept of alternative technology; promote local community self-reliance; promote dialogue towards re-evaluation of the role of science and technology, particularly in relation to the Third World.
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