Service Civil International (SCI)
1920 Verdun France
Founded by Pierre Cérésole (Swiss), as a peace and humanitarian mouvement in the aftermath of World War I. Work confined to Western Europe until 1939, except for India 1934-1937. Since 1945, developments in Africa, Asia, USA and Eastern Europe. Constitution adopted 1949, Bièvres (France); modified: 1956, 1962, 1968, 1972, 1973, 1977, 1981, 1987, 1989, 1994 and 1998.
Promote a culture of peace by organizing international volunteer projects with local and global impact.
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International Committee Meeting - ICM (annual); International Executive Committee (IEC), meeting 2-3 times a year; International Insurance Committee; Financial Advisory Committee (FAC); International Secretariat, with main office in Belgium. International Working Groups, open to all SCI member branches. Administratively stable SCI groups of over 2 years duration may be granted branch status if they are officially registered with the authorities of their own country.
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