2 edition of Report of the Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations And Its Working Group found in the catalog.
September 30, 2005
by United Nations
Written in English
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Research Report. This is Security Council Report’s fifth research report on the rule of law. In it, we continue to explore the Security Council’s work in upholding individual criminal accountability as an aspect of its rule of law agenda in the context of its primary responsibility for maintaining international peace and security. The United Nations is the world’s main organization for deliberating matters of peace and security, but its work encompasses far more than peacekeeping .
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Report of the Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations and its Working Group substantive session (New York, 31 January February ) resumed session (New York, April ) General Assembly Official Records Fifty-ninth Session Supplement No.
File Size: KB. The Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations held its session at United Nations Headquarters from 22 February to 19 March and held five formal meetings. The session was opened by the Under-Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Operations.
At the th (opening) meeting, on 22 February, the Under-Secretary. The General Assembly, in its resolutions 60/ and 60/, welcomed the above-mentioned reports of the Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations and decided that the Special Committee, in accordance with its mandate, should continue its comprehensive review of the whole question of peacekeeping operations in all their aspects and should review the File Size: KB.
methods of the Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations and its Working Group of the Whole (A/AC//L.3), as orally revised (see annex I). The composition of the Committee at its session is contained in annex II to the present report. The list of documents for the session is contained in document.
The Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations held its substantive session at Headquarters from 16 February to 11 March and held five plenary meetings. The session was opened by the Under-Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Operations.
At the th (opening) meeting, on 16 February, the Acting President of. The Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations held its session at United Nations Headquarters from 22 February to 18 March and on 9 May and held five formal meetings.
The session was opened by the Under-Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Operations. At the th (opening) meeting, on 22 February, the President of the.
st Meeting (PM) The Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations concluded its session today with the approval of a report containing a technical summary of its work, even as members were.
Report of the Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations and its Working Group substantive session (23 February March ) General Assembl y Official Records Sixty-third Session Supplement No. 19 United Nations • New York, Distinguished delegates On behalf of the Department of Peacekeeping Operations and the Department of Field Support, the Peacekeeping Group, I am very pleased to be with you at the opening of the annual substantive session of the Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations.
I extend a warm welcome to our colleagues who have. The report of the Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations recognizes the role that disarmament, demobilization and reintegration programmes play in managing the disengagement of.
Report of the Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations 12 Nov This is the official report submitted to the General Assembly by the Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations on the Concluding its work today, the Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations approved, as orally revised, the draft report of its substantive session (document A/AC//L.3).
Peacekeeping Operations and the Under-Secretary-General for Field Support made presentations and engaged in an interactive segment. On 23 February, a representative of the Policy, Evaluation and Training Division gave a briefing on the performance of peacekeeping operations.
The Working Group of the Whole and its two sub-working groups met from. At the same meeting, the Special Committee adopted the present report. * The present document is an advance version of the report of the Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations and its Working Group on the resumed session, held at United Nations Headquarters on 11 June It will appear in final form, together with the reports of.
The practice of peacekeeping began in Peacekeeping is one among a range of activities undertaken by the United Nations and other international actors to maintain international peace and security throughout the world. The Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations (C34) was established in under the General Assembly Fourth Committee.
Committee (IRC) and the International Medical Corps (IMC). Working Group for the IASC Child Protection Coordinators’ Handbook for Clusters, which have been adapted for use in this handbook.
Lisa Ernst was responsible for editing this handbook, and DPKO Department of Peacekeeping Operations DSRSG Deputy Special Representative of.
Working Group on Financial Stability. Study Group on Markets and CB Operations. bulletins which contain the proceedings of meetings organised by the Committee, working papers and annual reports on its activities.
See a list of the latest Markets Committee publications. At the end of the session the Committee provides policy recommendations through its Report of the Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations.
The Committee reports to the General Assembly on its work through the Fourth Committee (Special Political and Decolonization).Headquarters: New York, United States. Report of the Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations and its Working Group, substantive session (23 February March ) UN.
Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations. Date Changes; March 29 - Ap DSCA Policy MemoUpdate of Program Code "P9" to track Fiscal Year (FY) Operations and Maintenance (O&M) Funding Provided for Peacekeeping Operations (PKO) has been posted.
Effective immediately program code “P9” is updated to track, in addition to FY / OCO funds, FY O&M funds provided for Peacekeeping Operations.
Annual Reports. At the end of each session, the Commission adopts a report to the General Assembly, covering the work of the session, on the basis of a draft prepared by the General Rapporteur with the assistance of the Special Rapporteurs concerned and the Secretariat.
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