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  International Affiliation of Compeer Programs   

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Contact:
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Compeer
Monroe Square
Suite B-1
259 Monroe Avenue
Rochester, NY 14607

800/836-0475
716/325-2558 fax

compeer (snail) frontiernet.net (If pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)


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Compeer is an international non-profit organization that matches caring, sensitive and trained volunteers in one to one relationships with children and adults receiving mental health treatment as well as those at risk.

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  International AIDS Society [IAS]   

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Contact:
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International AIDS Society
Chemin de l’Avanchet 33
PO Box 2
CH-1216 Cointrin, Geneva
Switzerland

+41/22/7 100 800
+41/22/7 100 899 fax

info (snail) iasociety.org (When pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)


About:


The International AIDS Society [IAS] is a broadly-based scientific organization aimed dedicated to controlling the epidemic through medical, political and social means. Founded in 1988, it now has over 10,000 individual members, mainly scientists and health care professionals, and 16 affiliated national AIDS societies.

Purposes:

  • To contribute to the control and management of HIV infection and AIDS throughout the world in co-operation with national and regional AIDS Societies, with UNAIDS and other international organisations including non-governmental organisations
  • To serve as an international forum for scientific interest groups and caucuses on HIV and AIDS. To initiate, co-ordinate and evaluate activities to control HIV and AIDS
  • To organise international conferences and subspecialty conferences on HIV infection and AIDS, in particular the series of biennial International AIDS Conferences and Conferences on HIV Pathogenicity and Clinical Care in the intervening years
  • To organise training courses related to HIV infection and AIDS, particularly the Educational Program on Clinical Management and Prevention of HIV Infection (SHARE)
  • To represent the scientific community as a voice of reason in AIDS controversies, to counteract discrimination and promote the ethical aspects of research and interventions
  • To advocate for adequate resources for research and training as well as for controlling the epidemic and alleviating its consequences
  • To solicit and receive funds in support for the IAS activities against HIV and AIDS
  • To serve as a central registry of individuals professionally involved in AIDS research and activities to treat and prevent HIV infection
  • The IAS is not organised nor is it to be operated for profit

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  International Alliance for Child and Adolescent Mental Health and Schools [INTERCAMHS]   

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Contact:
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International Alliance for Child and Adolescent Mental Health and Schools
Education Development Center, Inc
Health and Human Development Programs
55 Chapel Street
Newton, MA 02458-1060

intercamhs (snail) edc.org (If pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)


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The International Alliance for Child and Adolescent Mental Health and Schools [INTERCAMHS] is an international network of agencies and individuals who believe that addressing mental health issues in schools is vitally important to the wellbeing of school community members. INTERCAMHS' vision is that mental health will be addressed through collaborative interdisciplinary whole school approaches for all school community members across nations.

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  International Alliance for Invitational Education [IAIE]   

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The International Alliance for Invitational Education [IAIE] is a not-for-profit organization. Members consist of an international network of professional helpers who seek to apply the concepts of Invitational Education to their personal and professional lives.

Invitational Education is an approach to the teaching-learning process centered on interconnected assumptions offered to understand these myriad positive and negative signal systems that exist within the total educational environment.

It is a theory of practice for communicating caring and appropriate messages intended to summon forth the realization of human potential as well as for identifying and changing those forces in schools which would defeat and destroy potential.

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  International Alliance of Patients' Organizations [IAPO]   

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Contact:
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International Alliance of Patients' Organizations
703 The Chandlery
50 Westminster Bridge Road
London SE1 7QY
United Kingdom

+44/20/7721 7508
+44/20/7721 7596 fax

info (snail) patientsorganizations.org (If pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)


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The International Alliance of Patients' Organizations [IAPO] is a non-profit foundation registered in 1999. IAPO represents patients of all nationalities across all disease areas and promotes patient-centred healthcare around the world. IAPO members are patients' organizations working at the international, regional, national and local levels to represent and support patients, their families and carers. A patient is a person with any chronic disease, illness, syndrome, impairment or disability.

Objectives:

  • Realize active partnerships with patients' organizations, maximizing their impact through capacity building
  • Advocate internationally with a strong patients' voice on relevant aspects of healthcare policy, with the aim of influencing international, regional and national health agendas and policies
  • Build cross-sector alliances and working collaboratively with like-minded medical and health professionals, policy makers, academics, researchers and industry representatives

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  International Anxiety Disorders Symposium [iads]   

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International Anxiety Disorders Symposium
Mental Health Information Centre of South Africa
Room 2033, 2nd Floor
Clinical Building
Stellenbosch University, Tygerberg Campus
Cape Town
South Africa

+27/21/938-9229
+27/21/931-4172 fax

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By organising a yearly international symposium on anxiety disorders, IADS stimulates (inter-disciplinary) research into anxiety disorders through all relevant scientific disciplines.

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