United Schools International (USI)
Fédération internationale des écoles unies
Federación Internacional de las Escuelas Unidas
Internationale Föderation der Vereinten Schulen
1961-08-07 Delhi India
7 Aug 1961, Delhi (India), at an international Conference sponsored by the United Schools Organization of India (USO), set up in 1951. Sometimes referred to in French as: Fédération Internationale des Ecoles Unies.
Promote education about the various aspects of United Nations in the schools of the world; educate pupils in the activities of the United Nations with particular emphasis on its role in promoting international peace, cooperation and good-will through friendly relations without discrimination of race, sex, language or religion; encourage exchange of views, information and correspondence between school- children of different countries with the object of strengthening international understanding.
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General Council; Executive Council.
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