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MIJARC/IMCARY was founded in october 1954 in Annevoie, Belgium, by the catholic rural youth movements of Germany, Austria, Belgium, Spain, Netherlands, Italy and Luxemburg. During the 50 ties MIJARC/IMCARY got official recognition of the Vatican, FAO, ILO and UNESCO.
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MIJARC wants to change the agricultural environmenton the basis of the Christian spirit for the creation of a new society, a new person and a rural world based on justice, peace anddurability, supporting a sustainable development and defending the human rights.

MIJARC is an actor in rural areas that helps young people to get organized and to become critical actors that transform their village, region and country. By means of “training in action” and the methodology “to see-judge-act”, young people are able to improve their living conditions and to generate incomes. Therefore, they see how rural areas can become attractive and viable for young people.

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CIO Meeting 29th January 2024

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CSO Consultation 23rd January 2024

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Young Farmers Round Table Discussion at FAO

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World Food Forum Plenary 2023

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International Conference of NGOs 2022 (ICNGO22) Story

I am delighted to have represented the International Movement of Catholic

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MIJARC President Participated in Global Launch

MIJARC President Participated in Global Launch of the UN Decade

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Pre-Synodal Meeting, Rome, 19-24 march 2018

The young person of today is met with a host of external and internal...

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IPC World General Meeting Report

MIJARC was represented by Mr.Krishnakar Kummari the world president

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Happy Women's Day !

Date: Tuesday, March 8, 2016

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Revisting MIJARC’s Identity

As your Chaplain, I am indebted to constantly remind you about the Movement’s identify.

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"We are looking for YOU" - MIJARC Internship offer

Date: Tuesday, February 9, 2016

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General Secretariat
53, Rue J. Coosemans
B - 1030 Brussels
Phone: +32 2 734 92 11
Fax: +32 2 734 92 25
E-Mail: world(at)