Ecumenical Association of Third World Theologians (EATWOT)
Association oecuménique des théologiens du Tiers-monde
Asociación Ecuménica de Teólogos del Tercer Mundo
Ökumenische Vereinigung von Dritte-Welt-Theologen
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Founded Aug 1976, Dar es Salaam, during 1st meeting of an Ecumenical Dialogue of Christian Theologians.
Foster a forum of theologians from Asia, Africa and Latin-America and representatives of US minorities who are committed to theologize from the perspective of the poor and marginalized; organize conferences and consultations that deepen the commitment to the struggle of the poor.
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General Assembly. Executive Committee, consisting of President, Vice-President and Treasurer, Executive Secretary, and 4 Regional Coordinators for: Asia, Africa; Latin America; Minorities in the USA (Hispanic). Working Commissions (2): Theological; Women.
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