2.4 The Planning Process and Proposed Organizational Structure and Tentative Schedule
2.4.1 The proposed organizational structure is inclusive. It will allow NGOs with or without consultative status a possibility of contributing to the consultation on the future of the UN in its main core areas of activities.
2.4.2 Assign Provisional Convenors for the Thematic and other Planning related issues at the 15 July 1998 meeting of NGOs. The provisional list of Thematic issues as shown on page 8 may be enlarged or reduced as needed. The Thematic issues will eventually be clustered around the five core areas of the United Nations. In doing so, due consideration will be given to the consensus documents of the UN-sponsored world conferences, including documents that reflect the review process currently underway.
2.4.3 Establish at the 15 July 1998 meeting of NGOs a Provisional Millennium NGO Forum Planning Consultative Council whose membership will be determined in accordance with the chart on page 10. The Provisional Convenors will be confirmed or replaced by an election at the November 1998 meeting in New York, USA.
2.4.4 A Millennium NGO Forum Planning Consultative Council will be formally established at the November 1998 meeting. This will be followed by the election of an Executive Committee of the Millennium NGO Forum.
2.4.5 There shall also be a Liaison Committee to the UN Secretary General, the membership of which will be decided at the November 1998 meeting.
2.4.6 Hold National M NGO Fs (January-June 1999)
2.4.7 Hold Continental M NGO Fs (July-December 1999)
2.4.8 Hold the M NGO F in New York (May-June 2000)