International Association of Humanist Educators, Counsellors and Leaders (IAHECL)
1988-07 Buffalo NY USA
Jul 1988, Buffalo NY (USA), as an autonomous but integral part of C-XC2112 - Humanists International. Ceased to exist when activities taken over by E-XE2253 - European Humanist Professionals (EHP); last Seminar reported 1992, Amsterdam (Netherlands).
Serve professional needs of humanist professionals; develop their professional self-awareness; establish clear-cut ethical standards for professional practice and embody them in professional codes; enhance training of humanist educators, counsellors and leaders and support institutions providing such training; provide opportunities for sharing ideas and experience.
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Meeting of members (every 2 years, at IHEU Congress). Board of Directors, consisting of 12 to 20 trustees, divided into 2 regional sections, North America and Europe. Other regional sections may be added with approval of membership. Officers: President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, Executive Director. Permanent Committees (3): Education; Counselling; Leadership. European Section and North American Section each have an Executive Committee comprising: President; Vice-President; Secretary; Treasurer. These together comprise the full Executive Committee of IAHECL.
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UN Sustainable Development Goals **
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