International Young Christian Workers (IYCW)
Jeunesse ouvrière chrétienne internationale (JOCI)
Juventud Obrera Cristiana Internacional (JOCI)
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1945 Brussels Belgium
1945, Brussels (Belgium), the E-XD8365 - JOC Europe having been set up 1925, Belgium, and continuing its links with IYCW. Also known as JOC internationale. Statutes ratified Sep 1957, Rome (Italy); modified: 1975, Linz (Austria); 2000, Brussels (Belgium). Registered in accordance with Belgian law.
Allow young workers to discover the meaning of their lives and live in accordance with personal and collective dignity; train them to assume responsibilities and find solutions to their own situations; educate and motivate them to take actions for better working and living conditions; promote inter-religious dialogue and create an intercultural society where solidarity and justice prevail.
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Council (every 4 years); Executive Committee. Meetings closed.
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