European Ecumenical Organization for Development (EECOD)
Service oecuménique européen pour le développement
1975 Brussels Belgium
1975, Brussels (Belgium), as Joint Task Force on Development Issues (JTF) -- Joint Task Force sur les questions de développement, under the auspices of E-XE0640 - Jesuit European Social Centre (JESC) and U-XE2525 - Association oecuménique pour Eglise et société - Bruxelles (AOES). Present English name adopted 1 Jan 1986. Registered in accordance with Belgian law, 5 Mar 1987. Ceased to exist 1995.
Represent European churches on development issues; as a lobby for international justice, seek to influence policy of the European Community and other European institutions towards developing countries; inform churches in Europe on European Union development policy; link European governmental institutions with churches in the Third World.
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General Assembly. Meeting of members (twice a year, in Brussels (Belgium) or member country). Board of Administrators. Roman Catholic Co-President; Protestant Co-President.
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Relations with Non-Governmental OrganizationsAvailable with paid subscription only.
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