International Society of Postmasters (ISP)
Association internationale des receveurs de la poste (AIRP)
Nov 1973, Geneva (Switzerland), where the first Headquarters were established. The administrative office moved, 1980, to Montréal (Canada). Registered in Switzerland and incorporated under Canadian law, 1 Nov 1979. Split into 3 regional identities, 1994. No news reported of any region since 2013.
Foster and develop a spirit of fraternalism among postmasters worldwide; enhance the status of postmasters by encouraging high professional and ethical standards; encourage free exchange of ideas; stimulate public awareness of the achievements and contributions by postmasters; further the status of postmasters in their own communities; help unify common objectives and goals; develop new opportunities for postmasters to fulfil their personal and professional needs.Available with paid subscription only.
Offers Bursary Awards Programmes (since 1977). Disaster Fund helps members under special circumstances. Maintains 3 Regional Councils to 3 autonomous regions; each region may have unlimited Liaison Officers.
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Members in 76 countries
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- Transportation, Telecommunications
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