YWCA-YMCA of Sweden
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The YWCA-YMCA of Sweden (Swedish: KFUK-KFUM Sverige) is the Swedish branch of the YMCA and the YWCA. It was established in 1966 following a merger of the YMCA of Sweden and the YWCA of Sweden.
In 2011, the organization decided to use the term KFUM Sverige during promotion where M now stands for människor ("people") instead of män (men) as before.
The YWCA-YMCA of Sweden has 40,000 members in 140 local associations. Several Swedish YWCA-YMCA associations have been successful in sport.
- ^ a b "Kontakt" (in Swedish). Stockholm: YWCA-YMCA of Sweden. Retrieved 13 January 2021.
- ^ "Historia" [History] (in Swedish). Stockholm: YWCA-YMCA of Sweden. Retrieved 14 November 2018.
- ^ "KFUK-KFUM Sveriges Riksombudsmöte i Umeå, 29–30 oktober 2011" (PDF) (in Swedish). Stockholm: YWCA-YMCA of Sweden. Retrieved 5 March 2012.
- ^ "Organisation" [Organization] (in Swedish). Stockholm: YWCA-YMCA of Sweden. Retrieved 14 November 2018.
- Official website (in Swedish)
- Christian Council of Sweden
- Christian Democratic Party
- Swedish Association of Christian Social Democrats