Member Organisations

Some articles on member, organisations, members, organisation, member organisations:

European Women's Lobby - History: When, By Whom and Why
... all started in London in November 1987 when 120 women, member of 85 organisations representing 50 millions individual members, came together and adopted two resolutions ... for the ‘creation of a structure for influence, open to all interested women’s organisations, to exert pressure on European and national institutions to ensure better defence and ... resolution, the delegates called upon the European Commission to ‘lend its support for the organisation in early 1988 of a meeting with a view to the implementation of such a structure’ ...
Democrat Youth Community Of Europe
... (DEMYC) is the international umbrella organisation of the youth wings of Christian-Democratic, Conservative and like-minded parties of Europe ... currently now more than one million affiliates in its member organisations, DEMYC is one of the strongest political youth organisations in Europe ... aim to further contacts and strengthen co-operation between its member organisations from different European countries and thereby to contribute to a united Europe ...
Swedish Sports Confederation - Member Organisations
... Volleyball Association* Swedish Wrestling Federation* * Also member of the Swedish Olympic Committee ...
Cooperation And Development Network Eastern Europe - Structure and Organisation
... Both organisations are forming a close connection, mainly because of common educational and political work ... Also a lot of CDN member organisations are member of FYEG ... CDN is a network build of Member and Partner organisations ...
International Bar Association - Committees and Fora - Public and Professional Interest Division
... The stated objectives of the Division are to promote an interchange of information and views among Member Organisations of the Association and its individual members about the public and ...

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    There are several natural phenomena which I shall have to have explained to me before I can keep on going as a resident member of the human race. One is the metamorphosis which hats and suits undergo exactly one week after their purchase, whereby they are changed from smart, intensely becoming articles of apparel into something children use when they want to “dress up like daddy.”
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