Found in 55 Collections and/or Records:
The report provides historical, economic, religious and political context to the work of the YWCA service centers in Istanbul. In addition, the report summarizes all current activities, describes the structure, organization and leadership of the service centers, and presents recommendations for future development. The report concludes with notes from a discussion of the report at the World YWCA conference in St. Cergue.
Report of the Young Men's Christian Association in South Africa and Report of the YWCA in Syria, 1930
Pamphlets and documents concerning the National Student YWCA. Pamphlets are arranged alphabetically by title and concern such topics as the role of Christianity in the college student's life, the role of Christianity in addressing social and economic problems, Christian education and the purpose, aims and functions of student associations. Other documents include a student issue of "Womans Press" magazine, reports of the student Christian movement, bibliographies and program suggestions.
The YMCA of North America has a long history of work with the Russians and with Russian emigres following the Russian Revolution. The report provides history and context to their work with the Russian people, outlines the work they are currently doing, discusses the YMCA's cooperative relationships and discusses the religious background and emphases of the work.
Publications of the World YWCA alphabetical by title. Pamphlets and booklets published by the World YWCA educate the reader about the World YWCA or prepare the reader for an upcoming conference or World YWCA event. They include topics such as the role of Christianity in the World YWCA, Christianity and religious teaching and World YWCA programs.
Issues of "Youth Bulletin," a World YWCA publication for youth leaders in the World YWCA. The publication collects and shares program materials from national associations. The program suggestions cover a wide range topics with an overarching theme of international understanding.
Documents concerning the World YWCA World Council meeting in St. Cergue, Switzerland. The legislative body and members of national associations meet to united under common purpose and aim and to make decisions concerning the world-wide movement and organization. The theme of the conference is "the message of Christ and the responsibility of the association for presenting it." In addition, the move of the headquarters to Geneva, Switzerland and changes to the constitution are discussed.