How was the Commission for Social Development established?
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The Temporary Social Commission was established by E/RES/7 (I) of 16 February 1946.

The Social Commission was established by E/RES/10 (II) of 21 June 1946.

It was renamed the Commission for Social Development by E/RES/1139 (XLI) of 29 July 1966.

Working documents of this Commission are issued under series symbol E/CN.5/-.

Press releases are issued under series symbol SOC/-. 



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