AU Commission on Refugees
Commission de l'UA sur les réfugiés
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under the name OAU Commission of Fifteen on Refugees -- Commission des quinze de l'OUA sur les réfugiés, as a policy making organ of H-XD3027 - Organization of African Unity (OAU) on all matters pertaining to refugees in Africa. Takes over activities of U-XE9201 - OAU Bureau for Refugees, Displaced Persons and Humanitarian Affairs (OAU/BR). Changed name to OAU Commission on Refugees -- Commission de l'OUA sur les réfugiés, 1998. Currently within D-XD8572 - African Union (AU). No longer in existence.
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Annual Commission of Ambassadors of Member States resident in Addis Ababa (Ethiopia). Subsidiary committee, set up 1967, is H-XE0457 - OAU Coordinating Committee on Assistance to Refugees.
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