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The Grail
An International Women’s Movement

Structure

Each country has its own National Leadership Team (NLT) and its General Assembly or National Meeting. Occasionally, the NLTs of two neighboring countries meet with each other.
Every five years, an International General Assembly (IGA) takes place. It is where chosen country representatives meet with the International Leader Team (ILT) and network coordinators.
The International Council, which consists of one delegate from each country, meets about every 18 months in between the IGAs. Its purpose is to evaluate the implementation of decisions of the IGA to prepare for the next assembly and more important events.
Global Networks are means to connect The Grail participants who are involved in specific areas of life or action. At least once between assemblies, representatives of the active networks will meet with the members of the ILT in a forum.

Participation in The Grail

We believe that we can make our mission successful by effectively sharing our knowledge with others. For that reason, we allow women who share our values to take part. If you are one of them, you may join a local, regional, or national group. You can also participate in one of our global networks before deciding to become a member.

Together, we can transform the world into a place of peace and justice. Join us today to ensure the voices of women are heard loud and clear.

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