United Nations Staff Recreation Council
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as a staff association of the United Nations (New York NY), a Recreational Committee with fifty-nine clubs having been formed in Spring 1948. Constitution amended in Jun 1981.
Stimulate, coordinate, advise and assist all groups formed for the purpose of recreation, which groups are primarily composed of staff members and open for their participation as well as that of their families, retired staff members, delegation members, members of the press accredited to the United Nations, persons under contractual status with the United Nations, and members of organizations with United Nations accredited NGO status and their families.
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Council, consisting of: (1) one representative of each United Nations Staff Recreation Council group; (2) ex-officio, non-voting representatives of relevant sections of the Secretariat, as may be proposed by the Executive Committee and approved by the Council. Executive Committee, consisting of Officers (Chairman, First Vice-Chairman, Second Vice-Chairman, Treasurer, Assistant Treasurer, Secretary, Assistant Secretary) and, ex-officio, non-voting representatives of relevant sections of the Secretariat.
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