CIPSH

AcronymDefinition
CIPSHConseil International de La Philosophie et des Sciences Humaines (International Council for Philosophy and Humanistic Studies; UN-affiliated)
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From then onwards CIPSH gave regular, earmarked support to the journal Laos, the dictionary and the bibliography, and occasionally allowances for meetings.
Only four years later, in 1968, the folklorist-dominated SIEF once more knit contacts with UNESCO and CIPSH, through re-incorporation in the IUAES (The International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences)--an organization they had argued against before 1964.
The question of the role of the FILLM is mirrored in turn by similar considerations regarding the CIPSH.
Here, too, the good offices of FILLM have played an enabling role; several of these volumes have benefited from receiving CIPSH publication grants.
At the beginning of the 1990s, CIPSH (NGO associated with UNESCO) and CIPL focused their attention and interest on the question of language endangerment of which also many of the speakers in danger of disappearing were becoming aware, and, with UNESCO sharing that interest, played important roles in projects and work relating to such languages and language problems.