Association of Christian Lay Centres in Africa (ACLCA)
Association de centres laics chrétiens en Afrique
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1970 Kitwe Zambia
1970, Kitwe (Zambia). Also referred to as Association of Christian Lay Training Centres in Africa and OIKOSNET Africa.
Promote contacts and development of a common purpose between lay training centres in Africa; encourage common planning and deepen the Church's responsibility in the world; strengthen programmes; encourage and coordinate research and study of common tasks; arrange joint training for staff and leaders so as to develop ecumenical leaders; stimulate production of materials and information related to lay training; offer advisory services in developing and establishing lay training activities in Africa; develop, where possible, an increasingly close relationship between lay training centres and work in close consultation with national christian councils; encourage dialogue between people of different faiths; strengthen links with similar associations in other continents.
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General Assembly (normally every 3 years). Executive Committee of 9 to 12 members. Secretariat, headed by General Secretary. President; Treasurer.
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