Advisory Committee on Science and Technology for Development (ACSTD)
Comité consultatif de la science et de la technique au service du développement
Comité Consultivo de Ciencia y Tecnologia para el Desarrollo
1981-01 New York NY USA
Jan 1981, New York NY (USA), following the United Nations Conference on Science and Technology for Development, Aug 1979, Vienna (Austria), as an advisory mechanism for scientific and technical expert advice for the U-XE8866 - United Nations Intergovernmental Committee on Science and Technology for Development (IGCSTD). Replaced the former U-XU0158 - Advisory Committee for Application of Science and Technology for Development (ACAST). Activities ceased 20 Jul 1992, when work taken over by E-XE3120 - United Nations Commission on Science and Technology for Development (CSTD).
Provide scientific and technological advice to the Intergovernmental Committee on Science and Technology for Development and the United Nations system on science and technology for development in the context of the Vienna (Austria) Programme of Action.
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