ACP Civil Society Forum (ACP CSF)
1997-10 Entebbe Uganda
Founded Oct 1997, Entebbe (Uganda). Also referred to as ACP CSF Network. Recognized by E-XE2442 - European Commission (EC) and F-XF0671 - African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States (ACP Group) as the legitimate body for participation of Civil Society in ACP-EU processes. EU Transparency Register: 36703913506-85.
Provide a platform for civil society actors in the African, Caribbean and Pacific countries to formulate common positions on issues of concern relevant to ACP-EU cooperation; articulate the views and concerns of marginalized social groups in ACP countries; facilitate dialogue between ACP civil society organizations and official institutions of the ACP Group and the EU; support and strengthen the participation of ACP civil society organizations in the ACP-EU development cooperation framework; regularly access, update and share information on developments at all levels of ACP-EU cooperation.
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Bureau, comprising 12 Forum members: 2 from each ACP region - West Africa, East Africa, Central Africa, Southern Africa, Caribbean, Pacific. Officers: Chairman; Policy Advisor; Legal Advisor. Chairman's Assistant.
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