European Blue Cross Youth Association (EBY)
Association européenne de la jeune Croix-Bleue
1979-06-08 Germany FR
8 Jun 1979, Hiddenhausen (Germany FR), as European Society for Blue Cross Youth -- Société européenne de la jeune Croix-Bleue, within the framework of C-XC2031 - International Blue Cross (IBC). Statutes adopted Jul 1981, Seeboden. Amended: Aug 1985, Helliden; Jul 1987, Finsta; Jul 1989, Leuenberg (Switzerland); Jul 1991, Kristiansand (Norway); Aug 1997, Kristiansand (Norway). Ceased to exist, end 2007.
Strengthen cooperation among groups working to rehabilitate victims of alcoholism and addiction to drugs, with the emphasis on prevention; inform on conditions in and perform activities of benefit to the Third World and East countries such as the Baltic countries.
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Blue Cross Youth Assembly of delegates of national EBY members (every 2 years). Alternate Assemblies with IBC. Council (consisting of one member and one substitute from each member country) includes President, Secretary and Treasurer. Committees.
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