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  • i.

    A break through with work for boys.

  • ii.

    An extension of Association activities in the suburbs of large

towns and cities already served by a central YMCA. iii. The development of an Education Department to make provision for a

programme of Liberal Education and to extend the programme of

Technical

and iv. v.

Commercial Education. Creation of membership enthusiasm for Overseas Work. An increase of facilities for Secretarial training

and

a greater

readiness to introduce qualified

workers to participate in Association

Leadership.

vi.

More

and

closer

co-operation

to be sought with the Churches.

These recommendations reveal a liberalising of the pattern of work hitherto laid down and they evoked a spirited response throughout the Movement in respect of extra mural activities in city and large town suburbs and in the sphere of education. Boys' work was expanded and effective attention given to Secretarial training and Overseas Work. These matters will receive further detailed attention later.

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