Consultative Committee of Cooperatives, Mutual Societies, Associations and Foundations (CMAF)
Comité consultatif des coopératives, mutualités, associations et fondations
1995, when organized by D-XD1466 - Centre international de recherches et d'information sur l'économie publique, sociale et coopérative (CIRIEC). From 20 Mar 1998, an official committee within the framework of E-XE2442 - European Commission (EC) (DGXXIII). Ceased to exist after restructuring of the European Commission; replaced by E-XE4507 - Social Economy Europe (SEE).
Advise the European Commission on all problems relating to: actions and programmes in favour of cooperatives, mutual societies, associations and foundations in the Community; their participation in the implementation of various Community projects; their role in creating jobs and strengthening economic and social cohesion; proposals for legislative measures.
Steering Committee. Chairmanship is held by European Commission, which also elects 3 Vice-Chairmen (one for each family: cooperatives; mutual societies; associations/foundations).
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