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MANAGING WORKS OF ART IN THE UNITED NATIONS : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Specifically, the functions of a staff member in the Archives Unit have been amended to reflect these responsibilities and, as an initial step towards instituting a comprehensive programme for managing the works of art, a complete inventory is being compiled of all gifts presented to the Organization. 5. Responsibility for maintaining records on United Nations works of art has not previously been centralized. (...) This somewhat selective method of listing the gifts has led to the creation of inventories containing incomplete information as well as to duplication of information. (...) A/50/742 English Page 3 desired, insurance of their gifts. The Secretary-General wishes to express his sincere appreciation to those Member States which have voluntarily undertaken the renovation, cleaning and other necessary maintenance of their gifts, in particular in connection with the commemoration of the fiftieth anniversary of the Organization. -----
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Score: 749549.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...sf/get?open&DS=A/50/742&Lang=E
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Report to AO the following: name & title of recipient the circumstance that led to gift the name and role of the donor the nature of the honour, decoration, favour or gift date of receipt 3. Entrust to AO yes Is the gift of essentially nominal value? All high value gifts must be transferred to the PMO for proper disposal Log out of Registry Staff Member yes no no You are being offered (i.e. considered, nominated or selected) to receive a gift from a government source or from an entity doing or looking to do business with the UN? (...) yes yes no Log in Gift Registry Is the gift from an entity doing business or seeking to do business with the UN?
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Score: 748869.3 - https://www.un.org/en/ethics/a...t-on-Gifts-annotated-legal.pdf
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GENERAL ASSEMBLY, 14TH SESSION, OFFICIAL RECORDS, 5TH COMMITTEE, 756TH MEETING, WEDNESDAY, 2 DECEMBER 1959, NEW YORK
The authors of the eight-Power draft resolution had thought that the net profits of the Gift Centre should logically revert to the staff of the Secretariat and of the per- manent missions, and that it could be used to con- tribute to the education of their children. (...) Last year, the Secretary-General had considered and then dropped the idea of placing the Gift Centre under the same management as the restaurants and related services; at the present ses- sion, he was suddenly proposing to "give away" the Gift Centre, so to speak, to the International School. Before taking a decision of that kind, the Gift Centre's position with respect to the United Nations, and the latter's relationship to the Co-operative, ought to be defined in precise terms. 23.
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Score: 748350.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...et?open&DS=A/C.5/SR.756&Lang=E
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BUDGET ESTIMATES FOR THE FINANCIAL YEAR 1964. CONSTRUCTION OF THE UN BUILDING IN SANTIAGO, CHILE. 26TH REPORT OF THE ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON ADMINISTRATIVE AND BUDGETARY QUESTIONS TO THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY AT ITS 18TH SESSION
ContlnAencle6s .IOTA-L J--IV Y. ll.mds arral].ab].e: (e) Suads appropriated by the Geaeral .A,ssenbly Gift ia cash from the Govenoreat of Ch11e Results of tbe Gift Frograitrrre Et JI A:gost L)SJ IIJ. (...) 1L no Gift koeralroe. !2. The Adntgory Comlttee constdexs that, tn the clrcrlrstances, the best course to adopt is to cqr!. (...) At the s€me tl-ne, it trustg that everXr effort n'lll- be nad.e to achteve eerrfuull econonles and that tbe response to appeaJ.s fo" donotions uader the Gift prograote rdal be sucb. as to avold the need. for ealr further app?
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Score: 748320.65 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc....nsf/get?open&DS=A/5622&Lang=E
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HEADQUARTERS ADVISORY COMMITTEE : LEGAL MATTERS RELATING TO THE SITE : PROGRESS REPORT / BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
site from. locaL real estate taXes, authol'j z1ng the City of New York·to c~_ and trar..sfer property included within the boundaries ')f the sita', 'and' for the exemption of the Rockefeller gift from the Federal gift tax. "on' The necessary legislation reqUired under the conditions of Mr. Rockefeller'a gift has been passed by both'Federal and stat~ Gove_nta. (...) Q ",. . • ' . . • The Rockefelle~ gift relates to the properties owned by "'ebb and.'!
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Score: 748260.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...get?open&DS=A/AC.7/W.11&Lang=E
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PROPOSED MEASURES TO IMPROVE THE PROFITABILITY OF THE COMMERCIAL ACTIVITIES OF THE UNITED NATIONS : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
As an example, as part of the new contract for the operation of the United Nations Gift Centre, the contractor has proposed the development of a gift catalogue in order to reach a larger market. In addition, the contractor has proposed off-site sales on the basis of a fee or per item royalty to be paid to the Organization. The gift catalogue is currently under production 4. (...) This should be undertaken with the help of the Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia and relevant United Nations Information Centres; (e) Creation of new souvenir/gift items, extension of the existing successful lines; development of new flag items; and examination of the possibility of forming joint ventures with other agencies, including the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and UNICEF, which have strong programmes in this area themselves.
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Numerous research studies on gifted females that have been done within the last 15-20 years addressed a relevant issue: why some gifted girls have not developed into gifted women who fully realize their potential for professional and creative achievement. (...) One study implied that teachers judged both gifted girls and boys to be gifted in stereotypical areas. (...) An intriguing finding was obtained, which possibly had wider social implications – the greatest difference between gifted and non-gifted, regardless of gender, was obtained on external locus of control (in favor of the gifted).
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Score: 748224.76 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/...Papers/EP.7%20%20Brankovic.pdf
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REPORT OF THE HEADQUARTERS LIBRARY AND OF THE GENEVA LIBRARY, 1957
By purchase 2,963 3,078 3,004 b. By gift 4,205 5,701 4,746 c. By exchange 1,858 1,971 1,265 \ " Totals 9,026 10,750 9,015 2. (...) at the.same time.a,, normsii'acquisition programme was-maintained by an increase in .gifts and:exchanges. It may be seen from the under-mentioned-figures that: this tendency- has;-become part of the regular pattern of the acquisition programme; ... . 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 Purchases- • • 1,635 - 1,564 1,525 . 1,342' 1,470 Gifts and exchanges 5,136 6,110 6,809 5,518 . 6,004 - 7- The most, notable gift received in the course of the year was made by the United States Government.. This very substantial gift included the proceedings of the twelve (subsequent) War.Criminals trials of Nuremberg.
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RACISM, RACIAL DISCRIMINATION, XENOPHOBIA AND RELATED FORMS OF INTOLERANCE, FOLLOW-UP AND IMPLEMENTATION OF THE DURBAN DECLARATION AND PROGRAMME OF ACTION :WRITTEN STATEMENT / SUBMITTED BY JEUNESSE ETUDIANTE TAMOULE
For the purposes of our research, we classified these activities into eight broad categories: gift giving, cleaning schools, construction, training, educational tours, seminars, sports, and events. (...) The most common gifts were schoolbooks, stationery, and bags, but also included bicycles, IT equipment, sporting goods, and musical instruments. (...) Almost three quarters of the gift giving ceremonies took place in the Northern Province.
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Score: 746242.53 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...pen&DS=A/HRC/47/NGO/196&Lang=E
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REPORT OF THE HEADQUARTERS LIBRARY AND OF THE GENEVA LIBRARY, 1955
Wheat on, Elements of international law (London, 1916). 12. The outstanding gift of the year was certainly the publisher's gift of the Readex Microprint Corporation's edition of United Nations documents, 1946-1953, and a Microprint reader. (...) It is . fitting that mention should first he made of the most generous gift of the yearj which was handed over by Dr. (...) The gift was accepted on behalf of the United Nations by the Chief Librarian.
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Score: 745829.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...sf/get?open&DS=ST/LIB/2&Lang=E
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