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Inter-University Consortium for International Social Development records

 Collection
Identifier: SW0250

Scope and Content

The records contain conference, seminar, and meeting proceedings, minutes of executive and board meetings, and newsletters and other publications.

Dates

  • 1980-1996

Creator

Language of Materials

English

Use of Materials

Open for use in Social Welfare History Archives reading room.

Copyright

Please contact the Archives for copyright information.

Historical Note

The Inter-University Consortium for International Social Development (IUCISD) was founded in the 1970s by a group of social work educators. IUCISD seeks to develop conceptual frameworks and effective intervention strategies geared to influencing local, national, and international systems. It is committed to creating peaceful solutions to the problems of survival at the local, national and global levels. IUCISD members, made up of international scholars and practitioners in human service professions, use a social development approach to: promote world peace and social justice, fight economic and political oppression, improve access to adequate health care and education, overcome discrimination against women and minorities and create sustainable income and economic structures.

Historical information taken from the IUCISD website.

Extent

11.7 Linear Feet (9 boxes)

Abstract

The records contain conference reports and records relating to seminars and meetings of the Inter-University Consortium for International Social Development.

Other Finding Aid

Unpublished inventory available. Please contact the Archives for further information regarding these records.
Title
Inter-University Consortium for International Social Development records
Status
In Progress
Author
Karen Spilman, Linnea Anderson
Date
March 2005, 2020
Description rules
Describing Archives: A Content Standard
Language of description
English
Script of description
Latin
Language of description note
English

Collecting Area Details

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