Freemasonry is the subject of various interpretations and remarks, and is often regarded as a mystic and secret society. The expression "Masonic Lodge" evokes in people different ideas coupled with an ignorance about the true objective of the masonic process.
This presentation will help many men and women to understand better the masonic process of the members of the International Order of Co-Freemasonry "LE DROIT HUMAIN" and their humanist ideal. Leaving aside this web page, which is only a brief outline, additional information can be obtained at the Headquarters of the Association :
LE DROIT HUMAIN INTERNATIONAL
5 rue Jules Breton
E.mail : Dhumain@wanadoo.fr
The International Order of Co-Freemasonry "LE DROIT HUMAIN" has about 28,000 members spread throughout 60 countries in the world, and on 5 continents.
Each national Federation is self-governing provided it does not act in any way contrary to the International Constitution. Lodges work in their native language. The Order has three official languages: French, English and Spanish. National organisations are constituted according to regulations and the number of their members.
We find Federations (in France, Belgium, Brazil, The Netherlands, Great Britain, India, Greece, U.S.A., Australia, Iceland, Finland, Austria, Scandinavia, Spain, Switzerland, Italy, South Africa, New Zealand, Chile and West Africa), Jurisdictions (in Poland, Portugal, Argentina, Israel, Canada, Bulgaria, Cameroon, Germany, Central America and the Caribbean, Mexico and Madagascar), and Pioneer Lodges (in Luxembourg, Eastern Europe, Africa, South America and Mauritius).
An International Convention is held every five years, where delegates elect the Supreme Council, which is the keystone of the International Order of Co-Freemasonry LE DROIT HUMAIN. In its turn, the Supreme Council elects its committee, whose members are called "Officers", and its President "the Grand Master".