Liaison Committee of Development NGOs to the European Union (NGDO-EU Liaison Committee)

Comité de liaison des ONG de développement auprès de l'Union européenne (Comité de liaison ONGD-UE)
Comité de Enlace de las ONG de Desarrollo ante la Unión Europea
Verbindungsausschuss der Nichtregierungsorganisationen für Entwicklungsfragen bei der Europäischen Union

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1976-01 Brussels Belgium


First statutes and official name adopted Nov 1979, Brussels. New statutes and internal statutes renewed at General Assembly, 1986.

Activities taken over by D-XD9230 - Confédération européenne des ong d'urgence et de développement (CONCORD), Jan 2003.


Encourage cooperation, dialogue, mutual support and exchange of ideas and experience among NGOs through formulation of common positions and promotion of cooperative ventures and of high standards of professionalism in NGO work; help European NGOs raise public awareness of EU relations with the South and encourage a climate of European public opinion conducive to promoting its goals and vision; provide a link and facilitate policy dialogue between European civil society and the European Union by representing European NGOs to EU institutions, in particular the Commission, Parliament and Council of the Union and in other appropriate international conferences and fora; promote the flow of information to European NGOs on EU development and emergency aid policies, work and resources, by acting as a centre for information collection and distribution; facilitate and improve the access of European and Southern NGOs to EU resources for development and emergency work.


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General Assembly (annual). Liaison Committee (meets 5 times a year), consisting of one representative from each national platform. Bureau, comprising President, Vice-Presidents, Treasurer and Executive Secretary. Secretariat, based in Brussels (Belgium) and headed by Executive Secretary. Working Groups.


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UN Sustainable Development Goals **

GOAL 1: No PovertyGOAL 8: Decent Work and Economic GrowthGOAL 10: Reduced InequalityGOAL 13: Climate ActionGOAL 16: Peace and Justice Strong InstitutionsGOAL 17: Partnerships to achieve the Goal



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