United Nations Non-Governmental Liaison Service (NGLS)
Service de liaison des Nations Unies avec les organisations non gouvernementales (SLNG)
Servicio de Enlace No Gubernamental de las Naciones Unidas
1975. An inter-agency programme of F-XF1000 - United Nations System; role and work endorsed by the Administrative Committee on Coordination in 1992 and by the UN General Assembly in 1993. Also referred to by initials UN-NGLS.
Promote dynamic partnerships between the United Nations and non-governmental organizations by: providing information, advice, expertise and support services; being part of the UN's efforts to strengthen dialogue and win public support for economic and social development; being concerned with the entire UN development agenda, including human development, environment and development, global economy, African recovery and development.
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Officer in Charge; 3 Programme Officers; Programme Associate; JPO; 2 Administrative Assistants.
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UN Sustainable Development Goals **
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