Association internationale des éditeurs africains francophones (AIEAF)
International Association of French-Speaking Scientific African Publishers
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1987-06-17 Hammamet Tunisia
17 Jun 1987, Hammamet (Tunisia), following recommendations of F-XF1536 - Conférence au sommet des chefs d'Etat et de gouvernement des pays ayant le français en partage (Sommet de la Francophonie), Bordeaux (France). Also referred to as Association des rédacteurs et éditeurs scientifiques d'Afrique francophone (ARESAF).
Unite publishers of the countries of the South; bring closer together publishers from African countries which use the French language; study problems related to development of African publishing and propose realistic solutions adapted to the context of each country; define and carry out activities favouring creation, production and distribution of books in the French language; assist publishers from the South to attend international fairs within the French-speaking context; reduce the technology gap between North and South and assist professionals in the book world to introduce and monitor new publishing and distribution technology; alert African states, governments and public authorities to the essential role of publishing in development; regionalize publishing structures with a view to enlarging markets; encourage removal of tax from materials for manufacturing publications; facilitate communication and creation of consortia among publishers of the South.
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Board, consisting of President, Secretary General, Treasurer and Public Relations Representative. Managing Council representing the following geographical areas: North Africa, West Africa, Central Africa and Europe.
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