Commission internationale de la coopération intellectuelle (CICI)
International Commission on Intellectual Cooperation
Jan 1922, by League of Nations (SDN). CICI and International Institute of Intellectual Cooperation (IICI), together with the national commissions working with CICI and IICI, comprised International Organization for Intellectual Cooperation (IOIC) which, although never officially in existence, was a term used to describe the framework for intellectual cooperation. The Chairman of the Commission, in his dealings with other international organizations such as International Council for Science (ICSU), was sometimes referred to as the Chairman of the International Organization for Intellectual Cooperation and the Secretary signed on behalf of the Organization. Following World War II, international intellectual cooperation became the province of United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), set up 16 Nov 1945, London (UK).Available with paid subscription only.
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