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General Org Information
 
Name Acronym Founded City HQ Country/Territory HQ Type I Type II UIA Org ID

International Association of Language Centres

IALC 1983 Canterbury UK C XD6645

International Urban Symposium

IUS 2015 Canterbury UK C XM4991

Pulmonary Vascular Research Institute

PVRI 2007 Canterbury UK C XM8081

International Association of Literary Semantics

IALS 1990 Canterbury UK D v XD5761

International Chromosome and Genome Society

ICGS 2002 Canterbury UK D XJ4326

International Ski Club of Journalists

1955 Canterbury UK F v XF7173

Society for Ricoeur Studies

SRS 2007 Canterbury UK F XM3918

Third Sector European Policy Network

TSEP 2002 Canterbury UK F XJ8232

Books2Africa

2012 Canterbury UK G XM7143

Conflict Analysis Research Centre

CARC 1965 Canterbury UK G XN1202

Dissociative Electron Attachment Club

DEA Club Canterbury UK J XM7951

Board of European Studies

Canterbury UK U x XG5625

Centre of Southeast Asian Studies, Canterbury

Canterbury UK U x XG7706

Church Action for Central America

CAFCA Canterbury UK U x XN0409
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