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National Council

National Council may refer to:

Contents

  • Conservation 1
  • Economics 2
  • Education 3
  • Politics 4
    • Legislative bodies 4.1
    • Unification 4.2
  • Racial reconciliation 5
  • Religion 6
  • Science 7
  • Social aid 8
  • Unionization 9
  • Volunteering 10
  • Other 11
  • See also 12

Conservation

Economics

Education

Politics

Legislative bodies

Unification

  • President of South Korea on the formulation of Korean peaceful unification policy
  • National Unification Council, a governmental body in the Republic of China on Taiwan whose aim is to promote unification with Mainland China

Racial reconciliation

Religion

  • National Council of Churches, a religious organization consisting of 35 Protestant, Anglican, Orthodox, African-American and historic Christian denominations in the United States
  • National Council on Bible Curriculum in Public Schools, a nonprofit organization that promotes the use of its 300-page Bible curriculum in schools throughout the United States

Science

Social aid

Unionization

Volunteering

Other

See also

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