International Council of Women (ICW)
Conseil international des femmes (CIF)
1888 Washington DC USA
1888, Washington DC (USA). Constitution and Standing Orders drawn up 1888, Washington DC, and revised: 1936, Dubrovnik (Yugoslavia); 1954, Helsinki (Finland); 1973, Vienna (Austria), Ottawa (Canada) 1997, Helsinki 2000. Obtained the status of 'Utilité publique' in France, 1980.
Unite national councils of women's non-governmental organizations from all parts of the world for action to improve the status of women and the well-being of society.
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General Assembly (every 3 years). Board of Officers, consisting of President, Immediate Past President, 5 Vice-Presidents, Treasurer, Assistant Treasurer, 2 Recording Secretaries, 5 Members and Liaison Officers to the United Nations in New York NY (USA), Geneva (Switzerland) and Vienna (Austria). Executive Committee, comprising members of the Board, Presidents of affiliated National Councils of Women, Coordinators, Advisors of the International Standing Committees, ICW Permanent Representatives at the United Nations and its Specialized Agencies and Members of the Committee of Honour. Regional Councils (3): 'European Centre of ICW (ECICW)'; 'Asia-Pacific Regional Council (APRC)'; 'Regional Council of the Americas (RCA)'; 'African Council of ICW (ACICW)'.
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