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ISSC General Assembly 2017

ISSC General Assembly 2017

The General Assembly will take place within the context of the 32nd ICSU General Assembly, hosted by the Academy of Sciences, Taipei.

24-26 October 2017 | Taipei

The Extraordinary General Assembly will begin with a one-day meeting of ISSC delegates on 24 October, followed by a two-day meeting held with International Council for Science (ICSU) delegates on 25-26 October.

The assembly will discuss the proposed modalities for the possible merger of ISSC and ICSU, and conclude with a vote on the proposed merger between ISSC and ICSU. It follows the 'in-principle' vote in favour of a merger and the mandate to develop detailed transition plans made during the joint ISSC General Assembly and ICSU Extraordinary General Assembly, which took place on 24 October 2016 in Oslo, Norway.

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