International Institute of Intellectual Cooperation
Institut international de coopération intellectuelle (IICI)
1925-08-09 Paris France
9 Aug 1925, Paris (France), by F-XF3352 - Union of International Associations (UIA), partly as a result of the work of H-XH0266 - Commission internationale de la coopération intellectuelle (CICI), created Jan 1922, by H-XH2906 - League of Nations. The H-XH0336 - 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, D-XD1082 - Société internationale d'ethnologie et de folklore (SIEF); May 1929, H-XC1968 - Fédération internationale des organisations de correspondances et d'échanges scolaires (FIOCES); Aug 1937, E-XE2152 - International Institute of Philosophy (IIP). It included H-XH1439 - International University Statistical Bureau, subsequently replaced by H-XC1192 - Association internationale d'information scolaire universitaire et professionnelle (AIISUP). The Institute ceased to exist in 1946, when absorbed by B-XB3383 - UNESCO, which took over its archives.
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