Association Internationale des Charités (AIC)
International Association of Charities
Asociación Internacional de Caridades
Founded by Saint Vincent de Paul. Currently an international organization composed of feminine associations or federations founded by Saint Vincent de Paul or following his tradition. AIC is an International Catholic Nongovernmental Organization (ICNO), recognized as such by the Holy See. International statutes adopted 1971, Rome (Italy), when organization was set up under current title. New statutes adopted 2015.
Fight against poverty and exclusion; accompany women in their search for empowerment and autonomy; speak out against injustice, and put pressure on structures and decision makers to fight against the causes of poverty.
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Assembly of Delegates; Board (meets annually); Permanent Committee; Working Commissions; International Secretariat, headed by General Manager.
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