Caribbean Council for Science and Technology (CCST)
Conseil des Caraïbes pour la science et la technologie
Consejo de Ciencia y Tecnologia para el Caribe
Apr 1980, Kingston, where statutes were adopted and signed, by U-XE3454 - Caribbean Development and Cooperation Committee (CDCC), a permanent subsidiary body of E-XE4175 - United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC), the decision to establish CCST having been taken by CDCC at its 2nd session, Mar 1977, Santo Domingo (Dominican Rep). 1st session: 1981, Bridgetown.
Promote cooperation in the field of science and technology aimed at furthering the social and economic development of member nations, including the implementation of provisions of the Constituent Declaration of CDCC to promote efforts to cooperate in the mutual transfer of science and technology in order to facilitate the adaptation of imported technology and the development of domestic technologies and increase the bargaining power of the Caribbean countries in their relations with countries outside the area.
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Regular Plenary Session (once a year). Executive Committee, consisting of Chairman, Vice-Chairman, Honorary Treasurer and two other members. Executive Secretariat, headed by Executive Secretary.
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