Institut de la Francophonie numérique (IFN)

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URL: http://www.ifn.francophonie.org/

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Founded

1972 Talence France

History

1972, Talence (France), as Ecole internationale de Bordeaux (EIB), within the framework of H-XC3983 - Agence intergouvernementale de La Francophonie. Moved to Bordeaux (France), Feb 1996, with the title Ecole internationale de La Francophonie (EIF). Following decision of F-XF5124 - Conférence ministérielle de la Francophonie (CMF), Dec 1998, Bucharest (Romania), became Institut francophone des nouvelles technologies de l'information et de la formation (INTIF). Listed title adopted Sep 2006, by decision of the 11th F-XF1536 - Conférence au sommet des chefs d'Etat et de gouvernement des pays ayant le français en partage (Sommet de la Francophonie), Bucharest. Transferred to Paris (France), Jan 2007. A subsidiary organ of E-XE3879 - Organisation internationale de la Francophonie (OIF) and no longer an independent organization.

Aims

Ensure that member countries of Francophonie take part in the new information society; contribute to reinforcing national capabilities and to developing partnerships in the field of new information and training technology within French-speaking communities; in the South-South framework, cooperate with local partners, call on local competence, reinforce existing capacity and promote freedom of technological choice; respect cultural diversity by participating in the efforts of less developed countries to meet their information technology requirements.

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Structure

Includes U-XK0238 - Centre international francophone de documentation et d'information (CIFDI).

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UIA Org ID

XE0214

Last News

2014

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