Consultative Council of Jewish Organizations (CCJO)
Conseil consultatif d'organisations juives
Consejo Consultivo de Organizaciones Judias
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1946-09 New York NY USA
Sep 1946, New York NY (USA), on the iniative of René Cassin, as Coordinating Board of Jewish Organizations for Consultation with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations.
Promote respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms; cooperate and consult with, advise and render assistance to ECOSOC on problems relating to human rights and economic, social, cultural, educational and related matters; initiate new research programmes and investigations for presentation to ECOSOC, its commissions and sub-commissions.
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