NGO Committee on Human Settlements
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1985, as NGO Committee on Housing and Shelter for the Homeless, as a committee within E-XE0409 - Conference of Non-Governmental Organizations in Consultative Relationship with the United Nations (CONGO). Subsequently referred to as NGO Committee on Shelter and Community. Current name adopted in 1996, in order to reflect the extensive mandate of the Habitat Agenda.
Serve as the major substantive focal point on housing and human settlements activities within the international community of NGOs and other partners in civil society organizations; promote implementation of commitments of the Conference of Human Settlements, and Agenda 21 of the Conference on the Environment and Development and relevant elements from plans of action of other United Nations conferences that promote the provision of adequate shelter for all and sustainable human settlements development in an urbanizing world.
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