International Association of Lyceum Clubs (IALC)
Association internationale des Lyceum Clubs
1903 London UK
1903, London (UK), the first Lyceum Club having been formed in 1903. Current Rules and Regulations adopted 20 May 2007, Lyon (France); came into force 1 Jul 2007. Rules and regulations modified and entered into force, 8 May 2013. Registered in accordance with Swiss Civil Code.
Develop and enhance the spirit of international friendship and understanding among Lyceum Clubs worldwide; promote formation of Lyceum Clubs grouping women of all nations who are dedicated to or actively interested in arts, sciences, social concerns and pursuit of lifelong learning; nurture an environment of openness, discussion and exchange among Clubs; act as a catalyst for inter-Federation and inter-Club contact, thus promoting the international spirit of Lyceum and contributing to intellectual, artistic and social enrichment of individual Clubs and their members.
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International Council (meeting every 3 years at Congress); International Central Bureau (BCI).
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UN Sustainable Development Goals **
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