Association of Former International Civil Servants - New York (AFICS New York)
Association des anciens fonctionnaires internationaux - New York (AAFI New York)
Asociación de ex Funcionarios Públicos Internacionales - New York (AFICS New York)
1970 New York NY USA
Founded at A-XA3375 - United Nations (UN) Headquarters, with support of the then Secretary-General. Building in New York, as distinct from the body of the same name based at Geneva (Switzerland) offices of the United Nations.
Support and promote the purposes, principles and programmes of the UN system; advise and assist former international civil servants and those about to separate from service; represent the interests of members within the system; foster social and personal relationships among members, promote their well-being and encourage mutual support of individual members.
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