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1974-11 Rome Italy
Founded as an information and documentation centre with offices in Rome and Geneva (Switzerland). In 1980, the 2 offices became independent of one another, the Rome office retaining the title Isis International, while the Geneva office became F-XF0271 - Isis Women's International Cross Cultural Exchange (ISIS-WICCE), based in Kampala (Uganda) since 1994. A third office F-XF7029 - Isis Internacional, Santiago de Chile was established in Santiago (Chile) in 1984, to facilitate networking activities of Isis International in the Latin American and Caribbean region. In early 1990, the 3 offices became independent of each other and are now known as the 3 sister organizations. Secretariat located in Manila (Philippines) since 1991.
Promote South-South and South-North dialogues to enhance diversity and collaboration within the global women's mouvement; strengthen growing social justice mouvements in the South.
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