Servicio Paz y Justicia en América Latina (SERPAJ-AL)
Latin American Peace and Justice Service
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1974 Medellin Colombia
Founded 1974, Medellin (Colombia), during 2nd Continental Meeting, coordinated by Adolfo Pérez Esquivel, following a consultative meeting on non-violent social change in Latin America, 1966, Montevideo (Uruguay).
Based on Christian and humanitarian principles: develop means of freeing the poor from oppression; participate in creation of a free, just and humane society; support and practice the principle of non-violence.
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General Assembly (every 4 years, at Continental Meeting). Collegial Council (meets once a year), consisting of officers and national coordinators. 'Coordinación Latinoamericana (CLA)' (executive body), comprises Coordinator General and Assistant Coordinator, plus others as required by Executive Secretary. International Honorary Committee. Secretariat at location of Coordinator General.
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