The Society for Spiritist Studies Allan Kardec (VAK) promotes the study of Allan Kardec’s books and other related literature in its three aspects: scientific, philosophic and religious. It aims at a better understanding of the relationship between human beings and with the world, considering all levels of life (material and spiritual). VAK is a charity and non-profit society.VAK organises the Symposium since 2014.
AME-INTERNATIONAL was established in 1999, in São Paulo, Brazil. Its objective is to study the Spiritist Doctrine and its Phenomena with a view of integration with other fields of Science, in particular, the Medicine, Philosophy and Religion. AME-International supports and promotes studies, courses, experiences and scientific research which consider the medical-spiritist paradigma.
Sigmund Freud University (SFU) was accredited as private university by the Austrian Accreditation Council in 2005. Since then, SFU has four Faculties accredited: Psychotherapeutic Science, Psychology, Medicine and Law. It also offers out patient clinic in different languages and refugees are treated free of charges.
UNESCO Club Wien (Vienna) was established in 2007 in consultation with the Austrian UNESCO Commission. Its aim is to promote and support the ideals of UNESCO which are expressed in the UNESCO Charter. The club promotes cultural diversity as well as the desire for global cooperation and dialogue between different cultures.