Pacific Islands Regional Association for Distance Education (PIRADE)
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1993-10-02 Port Moresby Papua New Guinea
Advance and promote the practice of distance education appropriate to island countries and territories in the Pacific region; promote an awareness of its potential contribution to development goals; foster understanding of its theory and practice and promote research in these areas; support and assist institutions and organizations wishing to establish or strengthen a distance education capability; foster communication and cooperation among distance educators in the region and with distance education organizations elsewhere; represent the region in international fora and international collaborative activities.
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General Meeting (every 2 years). Executive Committee, comprising President, Vice-President, Treasurer, Secretary, Membership Secretary and 4 coopted members selected for regional, gender and organizational representation.
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