International Sociological Association (ISA)
Association internationale de sociologie (AIS)
Internationale Vereinigung für Soziologie
Asociación Internacional de Sociologia
Mezdunarodnaja Sociologiceskaja Associacija
1949-09-11 Oslo Norway
Founded 11 Sep 1949, Oslo (Norway), at Constituent Congress, on the initiative of B-XB3383 - UNESCO, when Statutes were adopted. Statutes modified and individual membership introduced Sep 1970, Varna (Bulgaria); last modifications: 1986, Delhi (India); Aug 1993, Gävle (Sweden); Jul 1994, Bielefeld (Germany); Jul 2002, Brisbane (Australia); Jul 2010, Gothenburg (Sweden); Jul 2014, Yokohama (Japan).
Represent sociologists regardless of school of thought, scientific approach or ideological opinion; advance sociological knowledge.
Events2022-07-24 | Melbourne, VIC Australia – Resurgent authoritarianism - sociology of new entanglements of religions, politics, and economies
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