Sister Organisations

41 Club International

41 Club International is the Association of (currently) twenty 41 Club International throughout the world. 41 Club International is an organisation which further develops the friendship and comradeship which the members enjoyed when they were members of Round Table. Members of Round Table are obliged to end their membership when they reach the age of 40 or 45, according to the country in which they reside.41 Clubs, which are clubs for former members of Round Table (‘Ex-Tablers’ or ‘Old Tablers’), started to be formed in the early 1940s. The Association of Ex-Tablers’ Clubs – 41 Club of Great Britain and Ireland – was formed in 1945. 41 Club International was formed in 1975.

Today, the Associations of Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, India, Indian Ocean, Israel, Italy, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Romania, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland and Zambia are the full members of 41 Club International but there are 41 Clubs in many other countries throughout the world.

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Web: www.club41.ro

Agora Club International

AGORA CLUB International is a service-club for women from the age of 42 and older with different professions, hobbies and interests; AGORA CLUB International is a platform where all Past Circles (being Agora and Tangent member countries) and interested ladies can meet. AGORA CLUB International is represented in many countries all over the world. AGORA CLUB International is working together in respect with Ladies’ Circle, Round Table and 41 club International. The spoken language in international meetings and in all correspondence is English.

Aims & Objectives

  • To link together all National Associations of Agora Club International.
  • To promote , co-ordinate and develop the friendship wich unites them around the motto “Donner et TolĂŠrer.”(Service and Tolerance)
  • To be non-political and non-sectarian.
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Web: www.agoraclubinternational.com

Ladies Circle International

Ladies’ Circle (LC) sets its roots in England where the first Circle was founded in Bournemouth by wives of Round Table members. By 1936 the first English Clubs formed the English National Ladies’ Circle Association (GB&I).In 1947 and 1949 LC Sweden and Denmark, respectively were founded.
29 May 1959 is an important date in the History of LCI since it is on this day, at the RTI AGM in Leiden, Holland the three countries established Ladies’ Circle International (LCI).
Aims & Objectives
  • To promote international friendship, understanding and goodwill by encouraging members to extend their knowledge of each other and other people.
  • To promote, co-ordinate and develop the extension of Ladies’ Circle throughout the world.
  • To be non-political and non-sectarian.

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