Interim Committee of the Consultative Non-Governmental Organizations
Comité intérimaire des organisations non gouvernementales jouissant du statut consultatif
May 1948, Geneva (Switzerland), following a meeting with United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) of an ad hoc committee of NGOs having consultative status with that body. Also referred to in French as Comité intérimaire des organisations non-gouvernementales consultatives auprès de l'ONU ou des institutions spécialisées. In its lifetime, proposed the setting up of International Service Centre for and about Nongovernmental Organizations. Dissolved, 1 July 1950, Geneva, at 3rd conference, on the founding of Conference of Non-Governmental Organizations in Consultative Relationship with the United Nations (CONGO).Available with paid subscription only.
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