Inter-American Catholic Education Association (ICCE)
Confédération interaméricaine de l'enseignement catholique
Confederación Interamericana de Educación Católica (CIEC)
Confederação Interamericana de Educação Católica
1945-06-07 Bogota Colombia
Founded 7 Jun 1945, Bogota, during 1st inter-American conference of catholic education. Statutes modified: 1957; 1958; 1970; 1975; 2005. Also referred to in English as Inter-American Confederation of Catholic Education (IACCE). Registered in accordance with Colombian law, May 1946.
Defend the principles of Catholic education; promote the perfecting of teaching; contribute to improving the relations between the American peoples with the aim of reinforcing mutual understanding and peace; stimulate the creation and development of educational associations.
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General Assembly (annual), consisting of Presidents of national federations. Council, consisting of representatives of 5 American countries.
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