Association oecuménique pour Eglise et société - Bruxelles (AOES)
Ecumenical Association for Church and Society - Brussels
Ökumenische Vereinigung für Kirche und Gesellschaft - Brüssel
Oekumenische Vereniging voor Kerk en Samenleving - Brussel
in the 1960s, by Protestant, Anglican and Orthodox European civil servants. Also referred to as AOES. Ceased to exist, 2000, objectives being taken over by the Church and Society Commission of the European Churches.
As an association of Christian European civil servants, explore the relevance of the Christian message for the work of the European Union Institutions.
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UN Sustainable Development Goals **
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