SCI Workcamp in India (1935)

 

 

Service Civil International

Service Civil International (SCI) is a peace organisation that co-ordinates short and long term voluntary projects for people of all ages and backgrounds.

The activities of SCI started in 1920 in Verdun (France). A group of pacifists around Pierre Ceresole organized a practical peace services in order to create reconciliation after First World War.

Since then SCI became an worldwide movement with around 40 branches and groups today. Today SCI continues organizing a big number of workcamps in order to supports actions which encourages the development of a new of living founded upon international solidarity, justice, mutual understanding, participation in policy-making at all levels, and respect for individuals.

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SCI Archives

The fascinating history of the movement is collected and well sorted in the international Archives of SCI, which is based in the city library of La Chaux-de-Fonds (Switzerland).
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Examples of records which can be consulted in the SCI Archives :

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Service Civil International - International Archives (2004-2012) - Conditions of Use - Contact

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