International Association of Human-Animal Interaction Organizations (IAHAIO)
1990-04 Toronto ON Canada
Founded Apr 1990, Toronto ON (Canada), at meeting of human-animal bond organizations from 6 countries, an International Society for the Study of the Human-Companion Animal Bond (ISSHCAB) having been set up in 1989. Incorporated in the State of Washington (USA), 1992.
Provide international leadership in advancing the field of human animal interaction through research, education and collaboration among members, policy makers, clinical practitioners, other human animal interaction organizations and the general public.
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General Assembly of national members. Board of Directors, consisting of President, Secretary, Treasurer and 3 Vice-Presidents, each heading a Sub-committee: Conferences; Policy and Finance; Membership.
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