Verband Entwicklungspolitik deutscher Nichtregierungsorganisationen (VENRO)
Association of German Development Non-Governmental Organizations
Fédération des organisations non-gouvernementales de développement
Dec 1995, Germany. In English previously also known as Development Policy Association of German Non-Governmental Organizations and in French as Politique de coopération des organisations non-gouvernementales. Took over main tasks of U-XN0491 - Bensheim Circle.
Emphasize members' work for social and human development via poverty reduction; subscribe to the principles of sustainability (AGENDA 21), preservation of natural resources and realization of human rights; work for coherent development policy at all political levels and at establishing the principles of such a policy in society; strengthen the dialogue between private and government actors in the field of development cooperation; safeguard and enlarge the social and political contribution of development NGOs.
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