Non-Governmental Organizations Committee on UNICEF
Comité d'organisations non-gouvernementales auprès de l'UNICEF
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1949-04 New York NY USA
Apr 1949, New York NY (USA), by 3rd Conference of International Non-Governmental Organizations held under auspices of UN Department of Public Information (DPI). Cooperative relations between the Administration of F-XF3380 - UNICEF and NGOs were formalized with establishment, Jul 1949, of the UNICEF-UNAC Advisory Committee of Non-Governmental Organizations, consisting of 13 NGOs. In Apr 1952, UNICEF Executive Board approved the granting of consultative status to member organizations of this Committee which, at the same time, reconstituted itself under present title. Also referred to as NGO Committee on UNICEF. Rules of procedure revised: May 1983; Apr 1986. In 1995, 186 NGOs held consultative status with UNICEF.
Advocate for the promotion and protection of children's rights in partnership with UNICEF.
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Annual General Meeting of members. Board, comprising President, Deputy President and 8 member organizations, elected by postal ballot for 2-year terms, meets both in New York NY (USA) and Geneva (Switzerland).
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