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Bringing NGO Committee on the Family expertise to the United Nations.

The NGO Committee on the Family-NY is part of the Conference of NonGovermental Committees (CoNGO). Through CoNGO, the Committee on the Family participates in United Nations debates and decision-making. The committee works cooperatively with other NGOs on substantive issues and also brings expertise to government discussions at the UN.

Next Meeting

Open Meeting: January 25, 2018

The NGO Committee on the Family – New York invites you to attend our event, FAMILY WELL-BEING AND POVERTY:
STRATEGIES FOR SUSTAINABLE FAMILIES on Thursday, January 25, at 1:15PM in the Hardin Room of the Church Center (11th Floor, 777 United Nations Plaza, New York, NY 10017), featuring:

 

DOCTOR MARY ACRI
Senior Research Scientist, McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research, New York University

PROFESSOR LAWRENCE MEAD

Professor of Politics and Public Policy, Politics Department, New York University

We kindly request that you RSVP using this link.

 

Recent Meetings

Open Meeting: November 30, 2017

The NGO Committee on the Family – New York invites you to attend our event, Fathers Be Good To Your Daughters: Nurturing and Empowering the Greatness of Every Young Woman, on Thursday, Nov. 30th, at […]

Open Meeting: October 26, 2017

Culture and Family on Interpretation of Art:
1:15-2:30 PM, Thursday, October 26

Hardin Room, Church Center

The NGO Committee on the Family, NY invites you to attend our program “Culture and Family on Interpretation of Art: A Case […]

Open Meeting: International Day of Families

The Impact of Migration on Family Structure and Functioning

1:15-2:30 PM, Thursday, May 18– Click through for speaker information.

Conference Room 11 – UN Campus

The NGO Committee on the Family, NY invites you to attend our program “Parents’ Role in Helping their Children Thrive” celebrating the International Day of Families (IDF).  We are grateful for the sponsorship of the Mission of Samoa. Click through for RSVP and program information.    […]

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