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World Alliance Area Alliances National Movements Regional Organisations Local Associations 2
World Council Executive Committee Standing Committees Office Secretary General & Other Staff 3
Global Operating Plan Disaster Relief Conferences and Seminars Representation Basically not operational 4
General Assembly Executive Committee Office Staff Field Staff 5
Christian Orientation Networking & Exchange Representation Programmes Movement Development 6
Festivals European Championships Seminars Conferences 7
Field Groups Partner Groups MD Meeting 8
Begleitung Democracy Building Christian Emphasis Global Operating Plan: Mission Clarity (What we do) Social Relevance (How we do it) Institutional viability (Can we keep on doing it) 9
National Council Regional Alliances Local Associations 10
General Assembly Executive Committee Standing Committees Office Secretary General & Other Staff 11
Ideology International Information Basically not operational 12
Regional Alliances Bridge between Local Associations and National Level 13
Coordination Support Seminars Conferences 14
Programmes Housing Chilcare Sports Scouting, Camps, Youth Centers Performing Arts Etc., etc., etc. 15
Democracy in the Movement Fair and free elections to Governing Bodies Transparency in the Movement Good and transparent Financial Control Christian Value Base 16
Sustainable Leadership Reasonable level of the Developments The Movements - not Personal - Interests 17
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