KAHIGAMA: Sinergy to Develop the Country and the World

ITS– It began with a small discussion group. Some graduates of international relations Gadjah Mada University sparked the idea of contributing to the country and the world. Members of the group has seen international relations in today’s world is valuable in many reasons. Firstly, International relations encourages travel related to business, tourism, and immigration, providing people with opportunities to enhance […]

Malaria Eradication

ITS–The World Health Organization (WHO) launched its worldwide Anti Malaria program in 1955. In 1962, to win support for the program, the agency arranged a philatelic campaign in which over 100 postal administrations (including that of Indonesia) that took part under the slogan “The World United Against Malaria.” The fight against malaria globally is succeeding. […]

The Aids Day

ITS–The observance of World AIDS (Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome) Day was first declared by UNAIDS on the 1st of December 1988. The aim of the day is to provide an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV, show their support for people living with HIV and to commemorate people who have died […]

ASEAN Council on Petroleum ASCOPE

ITS–The ASEAN Council on Petroleum (ASCOPE) is the association of national oil companies in the (ASEAN) region. It was established on October 15, 1975 in Jakarta, Indonesia as an “instrument for regional cooperation among Member Countries’’. ASCOPE Member Countries are represented by their respective National Oil Companies (NOCs) or by the authority in charge of […]

Osaka Expo’70

ITS–The Osaka Expo ‘70  was a World’s Fair held in Suita, Osaka, Japan between March 15 and September 13, 1970. The theme of the Expo was “Progress and Harmony for Mankind.” This was the first World’s Fair held in Japan and unlike the previous Expo (which focused on the advancement of  technology and industry) Expo’70 […]

Vancouver Expo’86

ITS–The 1986 World Exposition on Transportation and Communication (or simply Expo ’86) was a World’s Fair held in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada from Friday May 2nd until Monday October 13th, 1986. The theme of the Expo which was “Transportation and Communication: World in Motion – World in Touch”, coincided with Vancouver’s centennial. It was the […]

World Tourism Organization

ITS–The World Tourism Organization (WTO) was founded in 1975. It was initially called the International Union of Official Travel Organization (IUOTO). After changing its statutes, IUOTO adopted (in 1975) its current name and received status as an intergovernmental organization in the field of tourism within the framework of the United Nations with a headquarters in […]

Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO)

ITS–The Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) was conceived by the Arab states at the first Arab summit meeting in 1964. The goal set for the PLO was the “liberation of Palestine”. The original PLO Charter (issued on 28 May 1964) stated that “Palestine with its boundaries that existed at the time of the British mandate is […]

Refugee’s World Year Of 1960

ITS–The United Nations General Assembly declared 1960 as World Refugee Year. The Year was designed as a ‘clear the camps’ drive to resolve the problem of almost one million refugees who were still living in refugee camps throughout Western Europe after World War Two. War, persecution and oppression during World War Two forced millions of […]