Union internationale des associations et organismes scientifiques et techniques (UATI)

International Union of Scientific and Technical Associations and Organizations

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History

Founded 12 Oct 1950, Paris (France), as Union of International Engineering Organizations (UIEO), at a Conference of International Technical Associations, convened by United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), which adopted the Constitution. Subsequently titles: Union of International Technical Associations -- Union des associations techniques internationales; Union internationale des associations et organismes techniques (UATI) -- International Union of Technical Associations and Organizations. Statutes entered into effect 2 Mar 1951, when registered in accordance with Belgian law. Statutes subsequently modified: 27 May 1952; 18 Nov 1966; 18 Feb 1981; 1 Mar 1984; 6-7 Mar 1986; 8 May 1987; 29 Dec 1988; 26 Apr 1990; 25 Apr 1991; 5 Apr 1995; 10 Apr 1997; Apr 2007. Registered in accordance with French law on modification of statutes, 10 June 2000. Spanish titles Unión de Asociaciones Técnicas Internacionales and subsequently Unión Internacional de Asociaciones y Organizaciones Técnicas are not considered official.

Aims

Promote and coordinate: educational and training activities and scientific, technical, technological, social and cultural exchange, in particular with developing countries and emerging countries; sustainable development, in particular as a means of eradicating poverty and improving living standards; reduction of natural and man-made disaster risks.

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Events/meetings; financial and/or material support; projects/programmes; training/education; research/documentation.

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Relations with Inter-Governmental Organizations

Relations with 4 inter-governmental organizations.
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Relations with Non-Governmental Organizations

Relations with 10 non-governmental organizations.
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Members

Members in 4 countries
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UIA Org ID

A3353

Last News Received

2015
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