Non-Governmental Organizations Committee Recommends 16 Entities for Consultative Status, Defers Action on 120 Others | UN Press

Organizations granted general and special status can attend meetings of the Council and issue statements, while those with general status can also speak during meetings and propose agenda items.

Special Consultative Status

The Committee on Non-Governmental Organizations recommended that the Economic and Social Council grant special consultative status to the following 16 entities:

Students for Global Democracy Uganda (Uganda);

Tamdeen Youth Foundation (Yemen);

Zam Zam Foundation (Sri Lanka);

Africa Faith and Justice Network (United States);

Amitofo Care Center International (United States);

Associazione Nazionale Volontarie Telefono Rosa – Centro di Orientamento per i Diritti della Donna – ONLUS (Italy);

Best Practices Policy Project, Inc. (United States);

European network on cultural management and policy (Belgium);

Feminist Legal Clinic Inc. (Australia);

Fondazione Circolo Fratelli Rosselli (Italy);

Georgian academy of criminology sciences (Georgia);

Oeuvre d’Orient (France);

The Conflict and Environment Observatory (United Kingdom);

Vithu Trust Fund (United Kingdom);

Arab Media Union (Egypt); and

Human Rights Protection Group and MFP Federation (India).

 

Source: Continuing its 2023 Resumed Session, Non-Governmental Organizations Committee Recommends 16 Entities for Consultative Status, Defers Action on 120 Others | UN Press

3 thoughts on “Non-Governmental Organizations Committee Recommends 16 Entities for Consultative Status, Defers Action on 120 Others | UN Press”

  1. Congratulations Feminist Legal Clinic on gaining “Special Consultative Status” to the UN. Well deserved recognition of the organisation’s unique role in Australia defending and advocating for the human rights of women and girls.

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