Christians on the Internet
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The objects of the Association shall be:
- To encourage Churches, Church Organisations and individuals to use the Internet and other forms of computer-mediated communication.
- To educate Churches, Church Organisations and individuals in the use of the Internet and other forms of computer-mediated communication.
- To establish or co-operate in the establishment of electronic mailing lists, newsgroups, ftp sites, world-wide web sites and other such similar facilities for the use of its members and others.
- To advise on, provide, or secure the provision of, appropriate software and hardware (whether on a commercial basis or otherwise) for the use of its members and others.
- To establish or co-operate in the establishment of Internet domains for the use of its members and others.
- To publish or encourage the publication, either by electronic media or otherwise, of information relevant to the use of the Internet or other similar means of communication.
- To develop or encourage the development of any other form or forms of electronic communication media.
- To arrange or co-operate in the arrangement of exhibitions, displays, conferences or such other events as shall further the objects of the Association.
- To co-operate with other associations and bodies with similar aims.
DUTIES OF OFFICERS
This Constitution was adopted at a meeting on the 4th November 1995 at Betjeman House, Cambridge. Amended 2001.