Quaker Council for European Affairs (QCEA)
Conseil quaker pour les affaires européennes
Quäkerrat für Europäische Angelegenheiten
1979-03-31 Brussels Belgium
Founded 31 Mar 1979, Brussels (Belgium). International administration of Quaker organizations is through E-XC0983 - Friends World Committee for Consultation (FWCC) within the general framework of F-XF5814 - Religious Society of Friends (Quakers), with QCEA independent of FWCC. Registered in accordance with Belgian law: 0420.346.728. EU Transparency Register: 3960234639-24.
Promote Quaker values in the European context; express a Quaker vision in matters of peace, human rights, sustainability, economic justice and democratic accountability; act as a centre for networks of Quakers and others sympathetic to Quaker values working at European level; provide information to Quakers and others sympathetic to Quaker values to enable informed, active and timely participation in decision-making processes.
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Council (meets twice a year in Brussels). Committees (3), reporting to the Council: Bureau; Finance; Nominations. Provides secretariat for: E-XK1892 - Europe and Middle East Young Friends (EMEYF).
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