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Committee on Migrant Workers, 18th Session


15 - 26 April, 2013

Registration is now closed.

The Committee on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of their Families (CMW) is the body of independent experts that monitors implementation of the International Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families by its State parties. The Committee meets in Geneva and normally holds two sessions per year.

The 18th session will take place at the Palais Wilson in the first floor Conference Room. All observers wishing to attend the session must be duly registered through this page.

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Date 15 - 26 April, 2013
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Organizer NGO Branch [ Content posted by United Nations Secretariat, Agency, or Programme UN ENTITY ]
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by International Institute for Child Protection [NGO]
14 May 2013
We like to submit a statement on migration. Are we really late?

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by Organisation pour la Promotion et la Protection des Droits de la Femme et de l'Enfant au Burundi [NGO]
3 Apr 2013
Nous vous remercions de notre inscription Ó la 18 eme session du 15 au 26 avril2013 Ó GENEVE SUIISE
nous soliciton une invitation pour notre dÚlÚgation
merci et bonne jouirmnÚe
Fabien NKURUNZIZA
PrÚsident

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by Connections for Afghanistan Research & Prosperity Organization [NGO]
19 Mar 2013
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by African Foundation for Human Advancement [NGO]
11 Mar 2013
We thank the Committee for inviting us to this event. The African Foundation for Human Advancement (AFFAH) hopes to send at least 3 representatives for this important session and we have since registered them. We hope to receive your approval soon so that we can have enough time to plan on how to get to Switzerland on time for the events.

African Foundation for Human Advancement (AFFAH)
30, Baale Animashaun Street, Gbeleyi Bus Stop Alakuko, Lagos, Nigeria
Email: info@affah.org.
Website: www.affah.org

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by Children Foundation and Peace Development Ghana [NGO]
21 Feb 2013
We are yet to know the status of our registration to enable us plan and keep track of our program.

children foundation and peace development Ghana

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by Water and Youth International Movement. [NGO]
27 Mar 2013
Did you get confirmation yet? or the delay is all round. i still have our delegates application pending.


by Elizka Relief Foundation [NGO]
20 Feb 2013
I completed my online registration as a NGO representative on December 19, 2012 but has since been on pending approval status. Could you please kindly inform me of my final status as there is the need to plan ahead.

Thank You

Kofi Kankam
Chief Executive Officer, Elizka Relief Foundation
Regional Director (Africa), Empowerment Works
Chair, African Local Summit
Co-chair, The Global Summit
www.elizka.org
www.empowermentworks.org
www.africanlocalsummit.org
www.theglobalsummit2012.org

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by Dialogue International Kapiri-Mposhi District [NGO]
15 Feb 2013
We are interested to send over at least three NGO reps for this event

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by Zimbabwe United Nations Association [NGO]
7 Feb 2013
Zimbabwe United Nations Association will be sending 2 representatives to this important Session. We hope gain education and information on the Rights of Migrant Workers.

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by Club Ohada Thies [NGO]
6 Feb 2013
Bonjour
En tant que prÚsident d'une association membre de ECOSOC.UN nous aimerions participer Ó cet ÚvŔnement si important.Mais en raison nos moyens maigres ,nous cherchons des partenaires prets Ó nous aider Ó faire le dÚplacement.
Merci

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by ECCO2 Corp [NGO]
31 Jan 2013
I will be attending and hopefully be able to gain allowance for affiliate NGO partners associated to active programmes for mitigation, education and women's rights with delegates and Parties in Africa and the West Indies.

Cary Lee Peterson
President for ECCO2 Corp,
CEO for RVPLus Inc, Parent company of ECCO2 Tech,
and Director for Center for Climate Change & Environmental Studies, an admitted NGO for UNFCCC

Email: lee@ecco2corp.org
Phone: +1 201 8052220
Website: http://www.ecco2.us

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