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Our Mission

INTERSTENO is the trademark of International Federation for Information and Communication Processing, a no profit Association founded in London in 1887. After the second world war, Marcel Racine, from Switzerland brought the Association to a new live life.

The domains of activity of Intersteno are:

REPORTING

Capturing the spoken words in all environments and by different techniques and technologies and presenting it in various formats to various cathegories of users.

TEXT AND INFORMATION PROCESSING

Processing texts and text related data for communication purposes.

SECRETARIAT

The professional skills needed by all persons having a secretarial function.

INTERSTENO aims to provide an international forum to all people who work as professionals, are interested or study to become professionals in one or more of the domains of its activity.

The Statute revised in Prague 2007, indicates at point 2 the aims of the Federation:
Intersteno promotes international thinking and understanding among people of all nations and stimulates mutual understanding of the cultures and values in the countries of its members concerning its domains of activity.
  • organize world championships and other international contests in its domains of activity;
  • to associate people in all countries occupying themselves with one or more of the domains of activity of the Federation;
  • to encourage the maintenance of high standards of competence and performance of the people meant in art. 2.5.b by using the most appropriate means;
  • to promote the use of new technologies and proper technical research which can help to enhance services offered by members of the Federation;
  • to co-operate with national and local governments¸ non governmental organizations or international public and private agencies such as Unesco;
  • to collect and to spread information concerning its domains of activity¸ including information about the experience of professionals among its members working in co-operation with local governments¸ public institutions and private companies;
  • to organize congresses and conferences;
  • to advance joint studies concerning its domains of activity;
  • to defend the professional interests of its members.
 

1887 - 2016 - Intersteno - International Federation for Information and Communication Processing