European Federation of Centres of Research and Information on Cults and Sects
Fédération européenne des centres de recherche et d'information sur le sectarisme (FECRIS)
Europäische Föderation der Zentren für Forschung und Information über das Sektenwesen
1994-06-30 Paris France
Study and inform on the legal, medical, psychological, social, economic and scientific effect of cults on individuals, on their families and on democratic society and defend them against abuse carried out by such cults under the cover of protection afforded by states to philanthropic organizations; assist victims and represent them with civil and moral authorities so as to draw attention to and support their action; monitor activities of cults which may be contrary to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, to human rights treaties and to European and national legislation.
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