World's Woman's Christian Temperance Union (WWCTU)
Union mondiale chrétienne des femmes abstinentes
Unión Mundial de Mujeres Cristianas contra el Alcoholismo
Weltbund Christlicher Abstinenter Frauen
1883 Evanston IL USA
1883, Evanston IL (USA), by Frances E Willard, the first convention being held Nov 1891, Boston MA (USA). Also referred to as WORLD WCTU.
With the motto 'For God and Home and Every Land' and without distinction of race, creed or colour, unite national affiliated organizations; through their united faith and work enable them, with God's help, by personal example and programmes, to promote: elimination of the use of alcoholic beverages, tobacco, narcotics and other habit-forming drugs; protection of the home; high moral standards; equal citizenship for men and women; world peace; renunciation of war.
Events16 past events available with paid subscription only.
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Convention (every 3 years); Executive Committee; World Officers; Departments (6). Open to all women abstainers; men abstainers are admitted as associates. Conventions open.
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