The Constitution of the International Public Policy Association was declared on 14 December 2014 by the Prefect of the Auvergne - Rhône-Alpes Region, representing the French Interior Ministry, under the French law of 1 July 1901 regarding the creation of non-profit organizations. The status of the association has been amended on two occasions: first in January 2017, and second in March 2019.
Its headquarters are based at LAET-ENTPE, 3 rue Maurice Audin, 69120 Vaulx-en-Velin, France.
This site is published by the International Public Policy Association (IPPA) and its editorial director is Mr. Philippe Zittoun
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