Youth Action for Peace (YAP)
Action jeunesses pour la paix (AJP)
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1923, Datteln (Germany), as a group of lay Protestants. Original title: Christian Movement for Peace (CMP) -- Mouvement chrétien pour la paix (MCP) -- Movimento Cristão para a Paz -- Christlicher Friedensdienst (CFD) -- Movimento Cristiano per la Pace (MCP) -- Internationale Christelijke Vredesdienst (ICVD). Present title adopted Feb 1995, when constitution was changed. Ceased to exist as an international movement 2009.
Raise young people's awareness about the constant changes at local and global level; enable and empower all young people, including those facing exclusion and discrimination, to transform society through active participation; promote social justice, peace and human solidarity; combat all forms of violence, exploitation, injustice and exclusion; fight ideological, religious, sexist, political, cultural and economic oppression; preserve the balance of natural surroundings; support all those who want to take their destiny in their own hands so as to build collectively a responsible and liberating society.
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