Friends World Committee for Consultation (FWCC)
Comité consultatif mondial des Amis (CCMA)
Comité Mundial de la Consulta de los Amigos (CMCA)
Beratendes Weltkomitee der Freunde (BWF)
1937-09-08 Swarthmore PA USA
8 Sep 1937, Swarthmore PA (USA), at Quaker World Conference. Basic principles and key functions parallel the mandate given to early Quakers by George Fox. Previously also referred to in English and French as Friends World Committee – Comité mondial des Amis, and in French and Spanish as Comité consultatif mondial de la société des Amis – Comité Consultivo Mundial de la Sociedad de los Amigos.
Answering God's call to universal love, bring Friends of varying traditions and cultural experiences together in worship, communications and consultation, to express common heritage and the Quaker message to the world.
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Meeting of representatives (every 7-10 years); Central Executive Committee; Special Committees. Autonomous regional sections (4): Africa; Americas; Asia-West Pacific; Europe and Middle East. Committee carries out international administration, while each country has its own F-XF5814 - Religious Society of Friends (Quakers). National and regional (sub-national) Religious Societies of Friends are autonomous in their own right. Meetings closed.
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