Alliance of NGOs on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice
Alliance d'organisations non gouvernementales pour la prévention du crime et la justice criminelle
Comes within the framework of E-XE0409 - Conference of Non-Governmental Organizations in Consultative Relationship with the United Nations (CONGO). Branches in New York NY (USA) and Vienna (Austria).
Facilitate planning for international policy in crime prevention and criminal justice by providing for an institutionalized two-way conduit of information and consultation between the UN Secretariat and the international NGO community; assist the United Nations in identifying issues, providing research studies, recommending action and technical assistance in specific areas of Alliance interest; strengthen collective services by facilitating exchange of information and cooperation among member organizations regarding programs, research projects, publications and other matters of mutual interest.
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