European Association for Cooperation (EAC)
Association européenne pour la coopération (AEC)
Europäische Gesellschaft für Zusammenarbeit (EGZ)
Associazione Europea per la Cooperazione (AEC)
Europese Associatie voor Samenwerking (EAS)
Europaeisk Sammenslutning for Samarbejde (ESS)
1964-10-28 Brussels Belgium
28 Oct 1964, Brussels (Belgium), directly attached to Director-General for Development of E-XE2442 - European Commission (EC). Initial Convention with the Commission, 13 Jul 1965. Replaced, 15 Oct 1997, by U-XJ7490 - Joint Service for the Management of Community Aid to Non-Member Countries (SCR) and subsequently, from 1 Jan 2001, by H-XE3670 - EuropeAid Cooperation Office (AIDCO).
Recruit and manage technical assistance (long- and short-term contracts) working in countries benefiting from Community assistance n the framework of development aid programmes and humanitarian aid of the Commission of the European Communities and the European Development Fund; recruit and manage junior trainees in CEC delegations; administer programme of scholarships and fellowships awarded by the CEC to Third World personnel studying in Belgium.
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General Assembly (annual). Administrative Board. Director General and Deputy Director General of the Commission's DG VIII are President and Vice President respectively.
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