Pax Romana, International Movement of Catholic Students (IMCS)

Pax Romana, Mouvement international des étudiants catholiques (MIEC)
Pax Romana, Movimiento Internacional de Estudiantes Católicos (MIEC)
Pax Romana, Internationale Katholische Studenten-Bewegung

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History

Founded 1921, Fribourg (Switzerland), as Pax Romana, International Secretariat for National Catholic University Federations -- Pax Romana, Secrétariat international des fédérations nationales d'universitaires catholiques. Character changed from a purely student movement to a world union of Catholic university students and intellectual leaders, 12 Apr 1947, Rome (Italy), on adoption of new statutes, since which time 'PAX ROMANA' is composed of two autonomous branches: IMCS and Pax Romana, International Catholic Movement for Intellectual and Cultural Affairs (ICMICA). Cooperated within World Student Relief (WRS) until its dissolution in 1950. Interfederal Assembly of 1978, Valladolid (Spain), approved IMCS identity document. Registered in accordance with Swiss Civil Code.

Aims

Provide trained Christian leaders committed to building new social structures respecting the dignity of mankind; work on liberation and development in social, economic and cultural fields; participate in the creation of, and mobilize support of the churches for world justice; participate in a critical analysis of society leading to the creation of new forms of self-determination; find ways of adapting universities to current needs of individuals and society; provide active testimony to Christian values in the intellectual, cultural and social life of society.

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Training/education; advocacy/lobbying/activism; events/meetings.

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Relations with Inter-Governmental Organizations

Relations with 2 inter-governmental organizations.
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Relations with Non-Governmental Organizations

Relations with 7 non-governmental organizations.
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Members in 76 countries
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UN Sustainable Development Goals **

GOAL 4: Quality EducationGOAL 16: Peace and Justice Strong Institutions

UIA Org ID

B3086

Last News Received

27. Oct 2017
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