1973, as a regional body of B-XB3453 - World Alliance of Young Men's Christian Associations (YMCA). Formerly known as European Area Committee of YMCAs. Subsequently changed title to: European Alliance of YMCAs (EAY) – Alliance européenne des UCJG – Europäischer CVJM Bund – Alianza Europea de ACJ. Present Statutes adopted 15 May 1981; amended by EAY General Assemblies of: 30 May 1987; 25 May 1990; 29 May 1992; 17 May 1996; 24 May 1998. Registered in accordance with the Swiss Civil Code. EU Transparency Register: 386735920730-21.
Promote, develop and coordinate the work of YMCA movement in Europe.
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Annual General Assembly; Executive Committee. Programme and Field Groups acting on: Movement Development (MD); European Programmes (EP); Youth Spirituality (Christian Orientation Group COG); Social Inclusion; Global Cooperation; Communication; Representation in European Bodies. MD consists of 5 Field Groups and 6 partner groups and EPF consists of various programme groups: European Physical Education Group (EPEG); European Outdoor Training Network (EOTN); European Ten Sing Group (ETS); Volunteers for Europe Group; European Scouts and Jungschar Group (ESG) and various task groups.
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