International Christian Federation for the Prevention of Alcoholism and Drug Addiction (ICF-PADA)
Fédération chrétienne internationale pour la prophylaxie de l'alcoolisme et des autres toxicomanies
Federación Cristiana Internacional para le Prevención del Alcoholismo y Otras Toxicomanias
Internationaler Christlicher Bund für Alkohol- und Drogenprobleme
Internationella Kristna Förbundet för Förebyggande av Alkoholism och Narkomani
1960-07-30 Stockholm Sweden
30 Jul 1960, Stockholm (Sweden), as World Christian Temperance Federation. Present name adopted 1976. Also referred to simply as International Christian Federation (ICF).
Draw attention to and combat on a Christian basis the evils of intemperance, alcoholism and drug abuse in all parts of the world; promote world-wide educational and remedial work through the Churches, teaching the wisdom of sobriety and drawing together Christian concern in the field; meet need of Churches to act ecumenically and internationally, giving a moral and social lead in response to worldwide abuse.
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World Council (every 4 years); Executive Committee. Officers: Chairman, Secretary and Treasurer.
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