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Legal Framework | United Nations Skip to main content Toggle navigation Welcome to the United Nations العربية 中文 English Français हिन्दी Português Русский Español Kiswahili Department of Safety and Security Search the United Nations Submit Search A-Z Site Index Toggle navigation Home Leadership Governance » Legal Framework Policies Expertise » Risk Management Training Road Safety Critical Incident Stress Management Aviation Safety Fire Safety Hostage Incident Management Major Event Physical Security Protective Services Threat Analysis Partnerships » Approach Member States SLT UNSMS and IASMN Civil Society Private Sector Join Us » Career Your Profile Our Offer Apply About Us » Chart History Contact Us Security-Related UN Conventions & Framework                                 UN Security is underpinned by five main legal documents, outlining the responsibilities of all stakeholders: 1)   United Nations Charter – articles 104 and 105 2)   Conventions on Privileges and Immunities of the United Nations (1946 and 1947) 3)   Convention on Safety and Security of United Nations Personnel and Associated Personnel (1994) – Optional Protocol (2005) 4)   Annual Resolutions of the General Assembly on Safety and Security of UN personnel and associated personnel , also ( Corr.1 ), and ( Corr.2 ) 5)  United Nations Security Management System (UNSMS) Security Policy Manual       United Nations Donate A-Z Site Index Contact Copyright FAQ Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Terms of Use
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UN Department of Safety and Security | United Nations Skip to main content Toggle navigation Welcome to the United Nations العربية 中文 English Français हिन्दी Português Русский Español Kiswahili Department of Safety and Security Search the United Nations Submit Search A-Z Site Index Toggle navigation Home Leadership Governance » Legal Framework Policies Expertise » Risk Management Training Road Safety Critical Incident Stress Management Aviation Safety Fire Safety Hostage Incident Management Major Event Physical Security Protective Services Threat Analysis Partnerships » Approach Member States SLT UNSMS and IASMN Civil Society Private Sector Join Us » Career Your Profile Our Offer Apply About Us » Chart History Contact Us     What We Do           UNDSS provides security expertise to all United Nations Security Management System entities, to enable the planning and safe conduct of mandates, missions, activities and programmes of the United Nations system, while ensuring the safety and security of personnel and the security of United Nations premises and assets.   Where We Are           UNDSS is present in over 125 countries. Security is crucial to all UN programmes, so UNDSS works wherever the UN has a footprint.
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The General Assembly may call the attention of the Security Council to situations which are likely to endanger international peace and security. (...) The Secretary-General, with the consent of the Security Council, shall notify the General Assembly at each session of any matters relative to the maintenance of international peace and security which are being dealt with by the Security Council and shall similarly notify the General Assembly, or the Members of the United Nations if the General Assembly is not in session, immediately the Security Council ceases to deal with such matters. (...) Article 15 The General Assembly shall receive and consider annual and special reports from the Security Council; these reports shall include an account of the measures that the Security Council has decided upon or taken to maintain international peace and security.
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These include both Missions that are made up of members of the Security Council itself, as well as those in which the Secretary-General was requested to undertake a mission on behalf of the Security Council. (...) Senegal Special Mission of the Security Council established in accordance with resolution 294 (1971) 1969-1971 In connection with the complaint by Senegal concerning alleged violations of Senegal’s territorial integrity by Portuguese regular armed forces based in Guinea-Bissau, the Security Council dispatched the Mission on 15 July 1971. (...) In light of Israel’s failure to abide by the decision of the Security Council, the Secretary-General was unable to fulfil his mandate under that resolution.  
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Content A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z   Albania The situation in Albania 1996-1999 In 1997 Albania and Italy reported to the Security Council the deteriorating security situation and disorder in Albania following the collapse of a pyramid investment scheme. (...) Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe (CSCE) missions in Kosovo, Sandzak and Vojvodina, the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (Serbia and Montenegro) 1993-1995 In August 1993, the Security Council met to discuss the decision of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (Serbia and Montenegro) to no longer allow the Council for Security and Cooperation in Europe (CSCE) missions in Kosovo, Sandzak and Vojvodina to continue operating. (...) ALL AGENDA ITEMS Africa Americas Asia Europe Middle East Thematic Items Studies by Agenda Item in Repertoire supplements KEY INFORMATION Field Missions Dashboard   Women and Peace and Security   Children and Armed Conflict   Protection of Civilians in Armed Conflict   Security Council Membership Dashboard     Subsidiary Organs Chairs and Vice-Chairs                                                   +  See all data KEY DOCUMENTS Charter of the United Nations Provisional Rules of Procedure of the Security Council Note on Security Council Practice (S/2017/507) Highlights of Security Council Practice Summary statements by the Secretary-General of matters of which the Security Council is seized Facebook Twitter YouTube Flickr UN Social Media UNITED NATIONS A-Z Site Index Contact Copyright FAQ Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Terms of Use
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Press Releases | United Nations Security Council Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Language: عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español United Nations Security Council Search form Search Toggle navigation About the Council Functions and Powers Practices, Procedures and Working Methods Repertoire of Security Council Practice About the Repertoire FAQs Research and Analysis Trust Fund Agenda Items: Overview Africa Americas Asia Europe Middle East Thematic Items Studies by Agenda Item in Repertoire supplements Agenda Items in 1985-1988 (Chapter VIII of the Repertoire) Agenda Items in 1989-1992 (Chapter VIII of the Repertoire) Agenda Items in 1993-1995 (Chapter VIII of the Repertoire) Agenda Items in 1996-1999 (Chapter VIII of the Repertoire) Agenda Items in 2000-2003 (Chapter VIII of the Repertoire) Agenda Items in 2004-2007 (Chapter VIII of the Repertoire) Agenda Items in 2008-2009 (Part I of the Repertoire) Agenda Items in 2010-2011 (Part I of the 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Exemptions to the Measures Arms Embargo Travel Ban Assets Freeze Press Releases Group of Experts Work and mandate Reports Appointment of the experts Due Diligence Guidelines Annual Reports Implementation Reports The Sudan Sanctions Committee Sanctions List Materials Narrative Summaries Procedures for Listing Procedures for Delisting Resolutions Committee Guidelines Exemptions to the Measures Arms Embargo Travel Ban Assets Freeze Press releases Panel of Experts Work and mandate Reports Appointment of the Experts Implementation Reports Annual Reports Implementation Assistance Notices Selected Documents 1636 Sanctions Committee Resolutions Committee Guidelines Press Releases International Independent Investigation Commission Selected Documents 1718 Sanctions Committee (DPRK) Sanctions List Materials Narrative Summaries Informal Compilation of Original Script (Korean) of Designated Entities and Individuals Procedures for Listing Procedures for Delisting 1718 Designated Vessels List Resolutions Committee Guidelines Exemptions to the Measures Arms Embargo Travel Ban Assets Freeze Correspondent Account Approvals Refined petroleum products Humanitarian Exemption Requests Press Releases Panel of Experts Work and mandate Reports Selected Documents Implementation Reports Annual Reports Prohibited Items Implementation Assistance Notices Procurement of DPRK coal by Member States Supply, sale or transfer of all refined petroleum products to the DPRK Libya Sanctions Committee Sanctions List Materials Narrative Summaries Procedures for Listing Procedures for Delisting Resolutions Committee Guidelines Exemptions to the Measures Arms Embargo Travel Ban Travel Ban Exemptions in Effect Assets Freeze Illicit petroleum exports Press Releases Panel of Experts Work and mandate Reports Appointment of the experts Committee Reports Implementation Reports Selected documents Annual Reports Implementation Assistance Notices 1988 Sanctions Committee Sanctions List Materials Narrative 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Committee on Somalia Briefed by Special Representative of Secretary-General on Sexual Violence in Conflict SC/14688 04 November 2021 Security Council Committee on Somalia Briefed by United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, Exchanges Views with Somalia SC/14660 13 October 2021 Security Council Committee on Somalia Considers Panel of Experts’ Final Report, Emergency Relief Coordinator Report SC/14455 26 February 2021 Security Council Sanctions Committee concerning Somalia Adds Three Entries to Its Sanctions List SC/14270 03 August 2020 Security Council Committee Concerning Somalia Approves Implementation Assistance Notice on the newly imposed Improvised Explosive Device (IED) components ban SC/14087 23 January 2020 Security Council Committee on Somalia Meets with Expert Panel SC/13999 29 October 2019 Security Council Committee on Somalia Considers Final Report of Its Expert Panel SC/13824 23 May 2019 Security Council Committee on Somalia Considers Midterm Update of Its Expert Panel SC/13711 21 February 2019 Security Council Committee on Somalia Meets with Panel of Experts SC/13595 20 November 2018 Security Council Committee on Somalia begins work under modified mandate SC/13553 24 October 2018 Security Council Committee on Somalia and Eritrea Considers Final Reports of Its Monitoring Group SC/13394 25 June 2018 Security Council Committee on Somalia, Eritrea Visits Djibouti, Kenya, Somalia, Ethiopia SC/13242 08 March 2018 Security Council 751, 1907 Committee on Somalia, Eritrea Adds Two Names to Its 1844 Sanctions List SC/12322 14 April 2016 Security Council Sanctions Committee on Somalia and Eritrea Communicates Additional Information from Monitoring Group on 2014 Final Report SC/12284 15 March 2016 Security Council Sanctions Committee on Somalia, Eritrea Approves Implementation Assistance Notice on Arms Embargoes in Place for Both Countries SC/11718 19 December 2014 Security Council 751 and 1907 Committee on Somalia and Eritrea removes Mohamed Sa'id Atom from its Sanctions List SC/11579 24 September 2014 Security Council 751 and 1907 Committee on Somalia and Eritrea adds Ahmed Diriye to 1844 Sanctions List SC/11574 23 September 2014 Security Council 751 and 1907 Committee on Somalia and Eritrea adds Maalim Salman to 1844 Sanctions List SC/11384 07 May 2014 Security Council 751 and 1907 Committee on Somalia and Eritrea approves implementation assistance notice on charcoal from Somalia SC/11338 26 March 2014 Security Council 751 and 1907 Committee on Somalia and Eritrea revises its Guidelines 1 2 3 4 next › last » Submitted by wsd_admin on 14 September 2018 - 2:29pm Français Español Русский عربي 中文 Facebook Twitter YouTube Flickr UN Social Media UNITED NATIONS A-Z Site Index Contact Copyright FAQ Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Terms of Use
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How would our home-grown cyber security companies break into the international markets? (...) This security evaluation determines the quality of security and assurance of various ICT products such as software, firmware and hardware. The recognition of CyberSecurity Malaysia’s certification role proves the capability of Malaysia in international information security. This further enhances Malaysia’s competitiveness in quality assurance of information security based on the Common Criteria standard through building end-user confidence towards Malaysian information security solutions.
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How would our home-grown cyber security companies break into the international markets? (...) This security evaluation determines the quality of security and assurance of various ICT products such as software, firmware and hardware. The recognition of CyberSecurity Malaysia’s certification role proves the capability of Malaysia in international information security. This further enhances Malaysia’s competitiveness in quality assurance of information security based on the Common Criteria standard through building end-user confidence towards Malaysian information security solutions.
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UN General Assembly - Emergency Special Sessions Skip to main navigation Skip to content العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español General Assembly of the United Nations General Assembly of the United Nations Menu President About Functions and powers of the General Assembly Revitalization General Assembly Secretariat Subsidiary Organs Rules of Procedure Arrears in the Payment of Contributions (Article 19) Meetings High-Level Meetings Meetings schedule Elections Summaries Webcast UN Journal Accessibility Centre Main Committees First Committee (Disarmament & International Security) Second Committee (Economic & Financial) Third Committee (Social, Humanitarian & Cultural) Fourth Committee (Special Political & Decolonization) Fifth Committee (Administrative & Budgetary) Sixth Committee (Legal) Newsroom Documents 76th Session Agenda Resolutions All the documents of the 76th Session Search Documents by Symbol (ODS) Voting Records (Digital Library) Meeting Records (Digital Library) Archives Resolutions Index to Proceedings All Sessions Regular Sessions Special Sessions Emergency Special Sessions Search Search Search Search Emergency special sessions Under the resolution 377A(V) , "Uniting for peace", adopted by the General Assembly on 3 November 1950, an "emergency special session" can be convened within 24 hours: "Resolves that if the Security Council, because of lack of unanimity of the permanent members, fails to exercise its primary responsibility for the maintenance of international peace and security in any case where there appears to be a threat to the peace, breach of the peace, or act of aggression, the General Assembly shall consider the matter immediately with a view to making appropriate recommendations to Members for collective measures, including in the case of a breach of the peace or act of aggression the use of armed force when necessary, to maintain or restore international peace and security. (...) Such emergency special session shall be called if requested by the Security Council on the vote of any seven members, or by a majority of the Members of the United Nations". 10th session - Illegal Israeli actions in Occupied East Jerusalem and the rest of the Occupied Palestinian Territory 9th session - The situation in the occupied Arab territories [Convened by the Security Council on 29 January to 5 February 1982 ] | Resolutions | Records of meetings 8th session - Question of Namibia [Convened by Zimbabwe on 13-14 September 1981 ] | Resolutions | Records of meetings 7th session - Question of Palestine [Convened by Senegal on 22-29 July 1980; 20-28 April 1982; 25-26 June 1982; 16-19 August 1982 and 24 September 1982 ] | Resolutions | Records of meetings 6th session - The situation in Afghanistan and its implications for international peace and security [Convened by the Security Council on 10-14 January 1980 ] | Resolutions | Records of meetings 5th session - Middle East [Convened by the Security Council on 17-18 June 1967 ] | Resolutions | Records of meetings [ A/PV.1525 to A/PV.1559 ] 4th session - Question of Congo [Convened by the Security Council on 17-19 September 1960 ] | Resolutions | Records of meetings [ A/PV.858 to A/PV.863 ] 3rd session - Middle East [Convened by the Security Council on 8-21 August 1958 ] | Resolutions | Records of meetings [ A/PV.732 to A/PV.746 ] 2nd session - Hungary [Convened by the Security Council on 4-10 November 1956 ] | Resolutions | Records of meetings [ A/PV.564 to A/PV.573] 1st session - Middle East [Convened by the Security Council on 1-10 November 1956 ] | Resolutions | Records of meetings [ A/PV.561 to A/PV.572 ] All Sessions Regular sessions Special sessions Emergency special sessions Quick Links Functions and Powers UN Journal News Key Documents Charter of the United Nations Rules of Procedure Resolutions Related Sites General Assembly President General Assembly Affairs Protocol Resources Documents Search Media Arrangements Delegates' Handbook     Facebook Twitter YouTube Flickr Instagram UN Social Media UNITED NATIONS Contact Copyright Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Site Index Terms of Use
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How to contact SCAD You can contact the Security Council via the branches of SCAD. Security Council Secretariat Branch  For official communications to the rotating presidency  of the Security Council. Email: dpa-scsb3@un.org Telephone: +1 (212) 963 5258 Security Council Subsidiary Organs Branch For official communications regarding the Security Council’s Sanctions Committees and other subsidiary organs. General Telephone Number: +1 (212) 963-4574 Contacts for the Subsidiary Organs Security Council Practices and Charter Research Branch For questions regarding The Repertoire of the Practice of the Security Council about the past and contemporary practice of the Security Council.
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