Asia-Oceania Meeting of Religious (AMOR)
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1971-03 Hong Kong Hong Kong
Mar 1971, Hong Kong, as Asian Meeting of Religions. Secretariat (Asian Service Centre) successively moved from Hong Kong to: Philippines, Nov 1972; Sri Lanka 1980; Kyoto (Japan), 1983; Seoul (Korea Rep), 30 Jan 1992; Taipei (Taiwan); 1 Jul 1997. Subsequently changed to: Asian-Pacific Meeting of Religious.
Function as a general assembly representing religious women of Asia-Pacific regions, in a spirit of solidarity, unity and communion, addressing common issues according to the Gospel message.
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AMOR is a General Assembly of religious women which takes place every 2 or 3 years. Executive Committee consists of Chairperson, Executive Secretary and 2 or 3 members. Asian Service Centre (ASC) is the Secretariat of AMOR and carries out the plans that were decided and suggested at AMOR meetings.
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