Union des organisations internationales non-gouvernementales établies en France (UOIF)
Union of International Nongovernmental Organizations Established in France
1977-02-09 Paris France
9 Feb 1977, Paris (France), following a preliminary meeting in Paris in May 1976, as Comité de liaison des organisations internationales non gouvernementales établies en France (CLOING). Ceased to exist prior to 2009.
Improve the links between international NGOs established in France; study the problems common to such NGOs; provide joint services to member NGOs; liaise with parent organizations in Belgium and Switzerland; follow the work performed at IGOs level with a view to facilitate the work of NGOs and to provide for an international status of NGOs; study the status and recognition of NGOs by intergovernmental bodies.
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Committee of 12 elected organizations represented by nominated individuals. Officers: President, 4 Vice-Presidents, Secretary-General and Treasurer.
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