HISTORY: Learn about OMEP from its creation
in Europe in the wake of World War II until today. Click here.
OMEP’S AIMS, then and now.
STRUCTURE OF THE WORLD ORGANIZATION
OMEP has national committees in over 60 countries
divided into five geographical regions: Africa, Asia and
the Pacific Rim, Europe, Latin America, and North
America and the Caribbean. The officers of the World
Assembly are the President, the five regional
Vice-presidents, and the Treasurer. For more information
about World OMEP, visit the website at
http://www.omep.org.gu.se/ For a list of national
committees in each of the five regions, including
contact information, visit
National OMEP Committees: National committees
(sometimes referred to as national chapters or national
organizations) promote the aims of World OMEP and
participate in World OMEP projects. They also develop
projects of their own.
OMEP-USA: OMEP-USA, formally known as the U.S
National Committee (OMEP-USNC), is one of more than 60
national organizations in World OMEP. OMEP-USA is
governed by a Board of Directors elected by the full
membership. The Board convenes twice a year, in the fall
during the NAEYC Annual Conference and in the spring in
tandem with other conferences and meetings.
for more information about OMEP USA. Click
here for the Board of Directors roster.
OMEP AND THE CRC. Click
OMEP PROJECTS: The world organization
participates in a variety of research, development, and
advocacy projects. For information about OMEP projects,