International Network of Documentation Centres on Communication Research and Policies (COMNET)
Réseau international de centres de documentation sur la recherche et les politiques en matière de communication
1970 Paris France
1970, Paris (France), originally under the aegis of B-XB3383 - UNESCO and subsequently of E-XE5808 - Nordicom. Also referred to in English as International Network Communication Documentation Centres. No longer functions as an international coordinating body, the regional centres undertaking exchanges directly with each other through fax, email and the internet.
Contribute to international scientific development in the field of communication by encouraging and facilitating cooperation and information exchange between communication information and documentation centres in all regions of the world.
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Coordination Committee, consisting of one member of each of the 9 regional member networks, associated with COMNET.
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