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INFORSE Strengthens Links to United Nations
At its 1998 substantive session, the UN Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) has granted INFORSE special consultative status. This enables INFORSE to designate official representatives to the United Nations Headquarters in New York, as well as to the UN offices in Geneva and Vienna. In addition, INFORSE and its member organisations can be accredited for a number of UN meetings and conferences, submit written statements on areas in which INFORSE has special competence, and, in general, interact with a wide range of UN organisations. INFORSE already co-operates with a wide range of UN organisations, such as UNDP and UNESCO, but so far mainly on an ad-hoc basis. The new consultative status will strengthen INFORSE’s ability to influence the global agenda for sustainable energy, as well as to convey the experience and vision of local communities to the global level
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