Voluntary Organisations in Cooperation in Emergencies (VOICE)
1992-06 Brussels Belgium
Jun 1992, Brussels (Belgium), as Voluntary Organisations Cooperation in Emergencies, as part of the U-XE5108 - Liaison Committee of Development NGOs to the European Union (NGDO-EU Liaison Committee), to follow EU humanitarian aid under H-XF2416 - ECHO. Independent network as of 2001. Registered in accordance with Belgian law since 2001. EU Transparency Register: 47126711656-13.
Assist members with donor requirements (EC DG Humanitarian Aid); prepare and facilitate dialogue between NGOs and the European Union; monitor EU humanitarian policies and procedures and explore lobby opportunities; influence other European institutions; defend and promote humanitarian principles, such as impartiality and independence.
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General Assembly (Forum); Board; Executive Committee; Secretariat, based in Brussels (Belgium).
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