International Association of Economic and Social Councils and Similar Institutions (IAESCSI)
Association internationale des conseils économiques et sociaux et institutions similaires (AICESIS)
1999-07-01 Port Louis Mauritius
Founded 1 Jul 1999, Port Louis (Mauritius).
Develop cooperation between members by promoting exchange of experiences and good practices; promote social dialogue and participatory democracy at a wider level; encourage and support the creation of ESCs in countries which do not yet possess them, in accordance with the principles of the United Nations and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, as well as the fundamental principles and rights at work endorsed by all members of the ILO.
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General Assembly (annual) in one of the member countries. Board of Directors of 18 members representing a balanced geographical distribution (currently 3 for Latin America and the Caribbean, 6 for Africa, 5 for Europe, 3 for Asia - Eurasia - Middle East). General Secretariat.
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