CIMADE


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CIMADEComité Inter Mouvements Auprès des Évacués (French evacuation assistance group)
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Issue 7-8 of 1969 contains a series of articles on the churches and development, prepared with the Cimade, as well as articles on Judaism and Zionism.
(10.) La Cimade est une association creee en 1939 pour aider les personnes deplacees par la guerre et agit depuis pour l'accueil et l'accompagnement social et juridique des etrangers en France.
(6) This expression of resistance is the foundational spirit of CIMADE; see http://www.fondationresistance.org
La Cimade, una organizacion francesa de solidaridad con los inmigrantes y de defensa de sus derechos, produjo una estimacion de este costo en su informe anual.
The Canadian Council of Churches also received money from Danchurchaid in Denmark, Cimade in France, Brot fur die Welt, Diakonisches Werk, and Lutherischen Weltbund in Germany, and Mennonites and Stichting in the Netherlands.
In becoming "the largest privately funded Christian relief and development organization in the world", as their website indicates, World Vision went through the promotional evolution from pictures of starving children to more sensitive appeals for contributions, as ecumenical agencies like Church World Service, Christian Aid, Cimade and others had done many years earlier.
Visser't Hooft met with French Protestant activists who drew up their theses against anti-Jewish measures; the outstanding work of such as Madeleine Barot and CIMADE on behalf of evacuees and refugees; her Jewish counterpart Madeleine Dreyfus, secretary of the OSE organization for rescuing Jewish children; Marc Boegner, President of the French Protestant Federation, who during the German occupation after a slightly cautious start spoke out with great courage and urged the churches to resist the anti-Jewish policies; and Charles Guillion, sometime mayor of Le Chambon and officer of the YMCA who liaised closely both with the infant WCC in Geneva and with the Swiss refugee and aid organizations.