Union internationale des sociétés de la paix (UISP)
International Union of Peace Societies
Internationale Vereinigung der Friedensgesellschaften
1891-11-13 Rome Italy
13 Nov 1891, Rome (Italy), at 3rd Universal Peace Congress, simultaneously with 'Bureau international permanent de la paix (BIPP)', Bern (Switzerland), which functioned as UISP central office and executive organ. Ceased to exist as a result of World War I, although work resuscitated after World War II by 'International Liaison Committee of Organizations for Peace (ILCOP)', or 'International Liaison Committee of Peace Societies', recognized as legal successor to UISP on 20 Jan 1961, and subsequently adopting the title B-XD2340 - International Peace Bureau (IPB); IPB functions cover those of the previous UISP and of its Bureau.
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