United Nations Standing Committee on Youth for the Asia-Pacific Region
1987, Bangkok (Thailand).
Function as a mechanism for regular consultation among United Nations agencies and non-governmental organizations at the regional level in the field of youth; promote regional cooperation in the field of youth through such modalities as networking arrangements; periodically take stock of work done in the field of youth by various agencies and organizations with a view to identifying priorities and strategies for future action; establish ad hoc working groups as and when necessary to: (a) examine specific issues concerning youth, (b) formulate joint projects, (c) oversee the implementation of joint projects; strengthen the channels of communication between the United Nations and youth and youth organizations.Available with paid subscription only.
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