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League of Nations Intellectual Co-operation Organisation

Nature volume 130, page 469 (24 September 1932) | Download Citation

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THE International Institute of Intellectual Cooperation (2 Rue de Montpensier, Paris I) has just published the first number of a new monthly Information Bulletin, as the official organ of the League of Nations Intellectual Co-operation Organisation, which comprises a committee of the League with its secretariat at Geneva, the Institute in Paris, committees of experts, and national committees. It is a counterpart in English of the Institute's Bulletin de la Coopération intellectuelle, most of the contents of which will be summarised in it. This first number contains a review by the director of the Institute of recent developments in this field, special articles on the reorganisation of education in China and on “Moral Disarmament”, a summary of the month, reports of meetings held under the auspices of the League's Organisation, and notices of forthcoming congresses. A foreword by Sir Eric Drummond commends it to the notice of all those who are interested in the promotion of international co-operation in art, education, science, and scholarship and believe that its progressive development is an essential condition for the gradual realisation of the principles for which the League of Nations stands. The annual subscription is 10 shillings or 2 dollars: single copies, 1 shilling or 20 cents.

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