EEWC

AcronymDefinition
EEWCEvangelical and Ecumenical Women's Caucus
EEWCEuropean Energy-from-Waste Coalition (Brussels, Belgium)
EEWCExit Examination of Writing Competency (Norfolk State University; Norfolk, VA)
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As the Evangelical Women's Caucus (later renamed the Evangelical and Ecumenical Women's Caucus, or EEWC) became more liberal, it lost influence among male evangelicals.
Sue Horner, an associate professor of Women's Studies at North Park University in Illinois, reviews the growing feminist movement within evangelicalism, and in particular, traces a difficult period during the history of the Evangelical and Ecumenical Women's Caucus (EEWC) which represented a period of dissension and ultimately a schism in that organization.
The members of the lobbying associations ERRA (The European Recovery and Recycling Association), EEWC (The European Energy from Waste Coalition) and ORCA (Organic Reclamation and Composting Association) have decided to join forces in a single organisation, ASSURRE (Association for Sustainable Use and Recovery of Resources in Europe).