International Catholic Conference of Guiding (ICCG)
Conférence internationale catholique du guidisme (CICG)
Conferencia Internacional Católica del Guidismo (CICG)
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1965-01 Rome Italy
Founded following regular meetings since 1948. Charter, Constitution and Bye-Laws approved by the Holy See. Structure of the organization changed/updated at extraordinary international meeting, Feb 1994, Mozet (Belgium), although Charter, Constitution and Bye-Laws remained unchanged.
Help Catholic leaders fulfil their mission of education and service and help them in their task of leading girl guides and girl scouts through guiding to attain a higher degree of Christian life; bring guiding into the international life of Church and represent member groups on international organizations of Catholic laity; contribute to development of guiding in Catholic circles, in accordance with the directives of the local hierarchy.
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General Council, comprising 2 representatives and one national chaplain per member group and World team members. World team (meets annually), consisting of Coordinator, Ecclesiastic Assistant and one representative for each of the 4 regions (Europe, Africa, Latin America, Middle-East). The World team is assisted by Technical team, composed of Executive Secretary and one person responsible for finances.
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