OCLACC Servicio Conjunto de Comunicación (SCC)
OCLACC Joint Communications Service
1987-06 Quito Ecuador
Jun 1987, Quito (Ecuador), at OCIC-UNDA World Congress. Also referred to as Servicio Conjunto de Comunicación OCIC-AL - UCLAP - UNDAL-AL. Currently within D-XD9282 - Organización Católica Latinoamericana y Caribeña de Comunicación (OCLACC). Ceased to exist.
Promote the common aim of cooperative dialogue with social and ecclesiastical actors in the communications world.
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Responds to the General Assemblies of H-XD4148 - Asociación Católica Latinoamericana para la Radio, la Televisión y los Medios Afines (OCLACC-AL). Service is run by Executive Secretary and staff.
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