Society of Dyers and Colourists

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Society of Dyers and Colourists

The Society of Dyers and Colourists (SDC) was founded in 1884 and it was approved a Royal Charter of Incorporation in 1963. It is an international professional society that is headquarters in Bradford, West Yorkshire, UK. DSC is specializing in colour in all its appearances; it is a registered charity whose objectives and aims are "to communicate the knowledge of colour in the changing world". SDC publishes the Colour Index International along with the American Association of Textile Chemists and Colourists. It is recognized as the authoritative source on colorants, the Colour Index International is used to recognize the dyes and pigments used in manufacturing textiles, plastics, inks, paints, and other materials. SDC have published the Journal of the Society of Dyers and Colourists Since 1884 and re launched the journal as Coloration Technology in 2001. This Society is a member of the Science Council. SDC are governed by a three Governance Documents and Board of Trustees, three Governance Documents are Royal Charter, By-Laws and Rules including Region Rules for the dissolution and formation of Regions. In 1962 it has registered as educational charity, and in in 1963 was approved as a Royal Charter and later became the only organisation in the world which can be awarded the Chartered Colourist Status in the recognition of individual professionalism. The Society operates universally and runs international events, programmes and activities. The Financial Statement and Annual Report is produced by the Board of Trustees to ensure funds of the Society of Dyers and Colourists, that has been sensibly managed and effectively applied during the year, exclusively in continuance of the agreed objectives with financial performance continually under review against agreed objectives. The Royal Charter is comprised of three documents such as The SDC Royal Charter Original (1963), This also has original By-Laws included which have since been updated (see By-laws), The Royal Charter Amendments from Incorporation to Dec 05 and Further Royal Charter Amendments July 09.

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