World Society for Ekistics (WSE)
Société mondiale d'ékistique
Sociedad Mundial de Ekistica
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1963 Athens Greece
Founded Feb 1965, Athens (Greece), preliminary conferences having been held: 1963, Delos (Greece); 1964, the Aegean (Greece). Constitution adopted 29 Jul 1967, Athens, and incorporated under Greek law; incorporated 26 Mar 1970, in the State of Delaware (USA). Current statutes adopted 15 May 1975, Arc-et-Senans (France).
Promote development of knowledge and ideas concerning human settlements; encourage development and expansion of education in ekistics; educate public opinion concerning the subject; recognize and promote the benefits and necessity of an inter-disciplinary approach to the needs of human settlements.
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