The Board of Trustees is currently composed of eight members. The Board appoints its own members, who serve a maximum of three 4-year terms. The members of the Board of the Bernard van Leer Foundation are also on the Board of the Van Leer Group Foundation.
Do You Know Your EDC (EIN#04-2241718 in Massachusetts)? Or Why It Became a Greenbook Initiative ~Evaluation Partner~ Alongside ICF International and the NCSC? If Not, Pls. Look Now!
Written by Let's Get Honest
November 15, 2016 at 8:07 pm
Posted in 1996 TANF PRWORA (cat. added 11/2011)
Tagged with "The Great Scramble" | Berlin Conference of 1884-85, "To contribute to the development and strengthening of a Jewish democratic national home in Israel committed to a free, "To promote and advance the continuity and the preservation of the identity of the Van Leer entity", "To promote the optimum development of socially and economically disadvantaged children up to the age of 8" (internationally), (Soap Slavery and Model Manufacturing Villages), Bernard van Leer Foundation, EDC International Funders, EDC=Education Development Center (mislabeled "Educational" on Greenbook Initiatives Partners page), EIN#04-2241718=EDC, equitable and just society for all its citizens;...", Funding Universe on Lever Brothers ("subsidiary of Anglo-Dutch Unilever" at time of the F.U. post), How Pres. Clinton HURT women via Welfare Reform 1996, Lord William Leverhulme (1851-1925) Model Villages (Port Sunlight) Soap & Exploitation/Decimation of Workforce for Consumer Products in the Congo, Port Sunlight in US + Colonial Slavery in the Belgian Congo, Royal Packaging gets into consumer packaging acquiring 4P part of Unilever, Royal Packaging Industries (Bernard van Leer=founder) Netherlands (holding company is the V L Foundatn), The Belgian Connection? - King Baudoin Foundation USA (GA domicile|RockefellerCtr NYC HQ) van Leer involvement, Unilever, US Presidential Election, Van Leer Group Foundation, Van Leer Group Foundation as EDC funder and ECE promoter (3 Statutory Objectives), Wm Lever | Levhulme Trust | London School of Economics (LSE) Institute on Inequalities
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