SCM Structure

SCM Nationally

The national movement is run by the National Co-ordinating Group (NCG) and the General Secretary. They are responsible for the oversight of each local movement. Each year there is a national conference which all SCM units are invited to. Contact the National Office for more details.

 

SCM Regionally

SCM Aotearoa is part of WSCF Asia-Pacific. This gives us a close relationship to SCMs within our region and means that we can have virtual communication through web-based resources building solidarity and understanding. There is also a chance for some SCMer’s to physically meet with students from other Asia-Pacific SCM’s through regional Training Programmes.

At present there are eighteen National Student Christian Movements in the Asia Pacific Region:

  1. Aotearoa/New Zealand: Student Christian Movement Aotearoa (SCMA)
  2. Australia: Australian Student Christian Movement (ASCM)
  3. Bangladesh: Bangladesh Student Christian Movement
  4. Cambodia: Cambodia Student Christian Movement (CSCM)
  5. Hong Kong: Hong Kong SCM
  6. India: Student Christian Movement India (SCMI)
  7. Indonesia: Indonesia Student Christian Movement
    Gerakan Mahaiswa Kristen Indonesia (GMKI)
  8. Japan: Japan Student YMCA
  9. Korea: Korea Student Christian Federation (KSCF)
  10. Myanmar: Myanmar Student Christian Movement
  11. Nepal: Nepal Student Christian Movement (NSCM)
  12. Pakistan: Student Christian Movement of Pakistan
  13. Philippines: Student Christian Movement of the Philippines (SCMP)
  14. Singapore: Student Christian Movement Singapore
  15. Sri Lanka: Student Christian Movement Sri Lanka (SCM SL)
  16. Taiwan: Taiwan Student Christian Movement (TSCM)
  17. Thailand: Thailand Student Christian Movement
  18. Timor Leste: Movimento Estudante Cristao Timor Leste (SCM TL)

For more info: http://www.wscfap.org/

SCM Globally

 

SCM Aotearoa is part of the World Student Christian Federation which links more than SCMs in more than 90 countries split into
six regions, making it the largest student organisation in the world. WSCF is an official NGO with consultative status at the United Nations. Being part of the WSCF means that SCM’ers in Aotearoa will have the opportunity to participate in conferences all over the world.

For more info: http://www.wscfglobal.org/