NGO Committee on the Status of Women, Geneva
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1973, as Sub-Committee on the Status of Women, Geneva; within the framework of E-XE0409 - Conference of Non-Governmental Organizations in Consultative Relationship with the United Nations (CONGO). Until Jan 2002 a Sub-Committee of E-XE6390 - Committee of NGOs on Human Rights, Geneva, when it became a Substantive Committee of CONGO.
Work in partnership with the UN and its specialized agencies to influence governments to respect the commitments they have made at world conferences and through international conventions and principals; maintain a global momentum for mainstreaming gender equality.
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Officers: President; 2 Vice-Presidents; 2 Secretaries; Treasurer. Working groups (11): ECE Working Group on Women; Employment; Environment; Girl Child; Health and Human Rights; Nutrition; Peace; Migrant and Refugee Women; Task Force on Bangwe; Task Force on Jumping the Fence; Violence Against Women.
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