ASEAN Confederation of Women's Organizations (ACWO)
1981-11-20 Jakarta Indonesia
20 Nov 1981, Jakarta (Indonesia).
Bring together women's organizations in the Asean region to work in concerted efforts towards the full integration of women in development. Coordinate and act as a confederation for national women organizations of the ASEAN member countries in order to: secure all such reforms as necessary to give full meaning to equality in human rights, status and opportunities; urge women to realize and accept their responsibilities in the exercise of their rights and influence in public and private life to ensure respect for human dignity; promote cooperation, peace and understanding and increase mutual support among women through international contacts.
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General Assembly. Conference Council, consisting of 2 confederate members of each national organization. Board of Directors, comprising President, Vice-President, Secretary General, Treasurer, Immediate Past President, Past President and 5 Directors.
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