Council of Arab Ministers for Social and Economic Affairs
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26 Mar 1980, by Resolution 3927 of the D-XD2903 - League of Arab States (LAS) Council, as Council of Arab Ministers for Social Affairs. Also referred to as Council of Arab Ministers for Social Affairs and Labour.
Promote Arab cooperation in the fields of social development and social work and realization of the aims of the Arab Charter for Social Work.
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The Council meets once a year (beginning of Dec). Executive Bureau (meets twice a year), consisting of 7 Arab Ministers.
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