Institute for International Order

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Institute for International Order
Formation 1948
Dissolution 1972 (merged with WLF)
Successor Institute for World Order
Headquarters New York
Key people George A. Beebe, Earl Dodge Osborn
Former name Association for Education in World Government (1948-1954)

Institute for International Order was an American internationalist organisation, founded in 1948 at Washington D.C. as the Association for Education in World Government, which ostensibly existed for the purpose of promoting public education and gaining support for the United Nations through sponsorship of lectures and distribution of literature. The policies supported by the IIO included arms control and disarmament, as well as support of studies in international law generally. In 1972, the institute merged with the World Law Fund to become the Institute for World Order (which was renamed the World Policy Institute in 1982).

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