Order of International Co-Freemasonry

Ordre Maçonnique mixte international 'Le Droit Humain'
Orden Masónica Mixta Internacional
Internationaler Gemischter Freimaurerischer Orden
Ordine Massonico Misto Internazionale
Internationale Gemengde Vrijmetselaarsorde
Kansainvälinen Yhteisvapaamuurarijärjestö

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History

1882, Paris (France). Subtitle: Le droit humain. In English also referred to as International Co-Freemasonry and as International Mixed Masonic Order. In French also referred to as Ordre international mixte Le Droit Humain.

Aims

Function as a fraternity of men and women working in masonic lodges, Ancient and Scottish rituals, studying masonic symbolism by which members can search for the truth and understand reality, promote brotherhood and serve humanity.

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Members in 61 countries
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UN Sustainable Development Goals **

GOAL 5: Gender Equality

UIA Org ID

R6934

Last News Received

2004
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