Round Table International (RTI)
Table ronde internationale
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1927 Norwich UK
Originally a UK national organization. International organization founded 1948. Merged, 1961, with 'World Council of Young Men's Service Clubs – Conseil mondial des clubs d'entraide de jeunes gens', currently H-XC3503 - World Council of Service Clubs (WOCO), which had been set up Oct 1946, Sacramento CO (USA). Currently one of several organizations constituting WOCO, members of which are also members of WOCO although no longer governed by WOCO. Refounded 1991.
Bring together young men between 18-40 years of age to challenge, inspire and learn from each other to make a positive impact at home, work and in the community.
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General Meeting (annual); International Board. Regions (5): CEE - Central and Eastern Europe; NEAR - Northern Europe and Americas; SEM - Southern Europe and Mediterranean; ASPA - Asia Pacific; AMI - Africa, Middle East and Indian Ocean. Includes: E-XE2309 - Round Table Arabian Gulf (RTAG); U-XE2313 - Round Table Central Africa (RTCA); E-XE2312 - Association of Round Tables in Eastern Africa (ARTEA); E-XE4570 - Round Table Southern Africa (RTSA).
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