Interim International Liaison Group on the Biodiversity Convention (IILG)
1993-10 Geneva Switzerland
Oct 1993, Geneva (Switzerland), by NGO observers at a meeting of U-XE1756 - Intergovernmental Committee on the Convention on Biological Diversity (ICCBD). Formalizes a previous commitment to collaborate by a number of NGOs and networks. Implementing organization: U-XE4322 - Environment Liaison Centre International (ELCI). Ceased to exist.
Help NGOs prepare for and contribute more effectively to future intergovernmental meetings on the Biodiversity Convention.
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Interim regional liaisons (9) include NGOs from both developed and developing countries: South America; Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean; Francophone Africa; Anglophone Africa; South Asia; Southeast Asia; North America; Central and Eastern Europe; Western Europe. Liaison for Indigenous Peoples. Interim Secretariat.
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