International Institute of Intellectual Cooperation
Institut international de coopération intellectuelle (IICI)
9 Aug 1925, Paris (France), by Union of International Associations (UIA), partly as a result of the work of International Commission on Intellectual Cooperation (CICI), created Jan 1922, by League of Nations (SDN). The International Organization for Intellectual Cooperation (IOIC), which never came officially into existence, nevertheless was a term used to describe the whole framework of the Institute and the Commission and the national commissions working with them. During its lifetime, the IICI was instrumental in setting up: Oct 1928, International Society for Ethnology and Folklore (SIEF); May 1929, International Federation of Organizations for School Correspondence and Exchanges (FIOCES); Aug 1937, International Institute of Philosophy (IIP). It included International University Statistical Bureau, subsequently replaced by International Association for Educational and Vocational Information (AIISUP). The Institute ceased to exist in 1946, when absorbed by United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), which took over its archives.Available with paid subscription only.
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