Soroptimist International of Europe (SI/E)
Soroptimist International d'Europe
1930 Paris France
First Club: 1924, France; first Union: 1927, Netherlands; first Associated Club: 1972, Madagascar; first Single Club: 1978, Monaco. Current Constitution and By-Laws approved at Governors' Meeting, Mar 1979, Noordwijk (Netherlands) and most recently amended by Governors' Meeting in 1992, Athens (Greece). One of 4 federations of B-XB3245 - Soroptimist International (SI).
Maintain high ethical standards in business, profession and other aspects of life; strive for human rights for all people; in particular, advance the status of women; develop a spirit of friendship and unity among Soroptimists of all countries; quicken the spirit of service and human understanding; contribute to international understanding and universal friendship.
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