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Index to Proceedings of the General Assembly - Special Sessions | United Nations Skip to main content Toggle navigation Welcome to the United Nations العربية 中文 English Français हिन्दी Português Русский Español Kiswahili Dag Hammarskjöld Library Toggle navigation About » Contact Us Our Activities Our Mandate & History Our Collections UN Depository Libraries Library News Research the UN » UN Resources & Documents UN Digital Library Index to Proceedings Linked Data Services Research Guides Speeches Voting Information UN Member States on the Record Find » Articles, Books & More Databases Journals UN Resources & Documents UN Libraries Help » Training Research Guides Ask DAG Services for... » Delegates UN Staff Researchers & Librarians General Public Using the Library » Access Electronic Resources Borrow Books & More Print, Scan & Copy Request Articles, Books & Documents Visit the Library Open Science Conference 2021 Contact Us » Contact Us Search: Search:  Search for: Books, articles and more in DAG Discovery (this search will open in a new window) UN documents and publications in the United Nations Digital Library (this search will open in a new window) Index to Proceedings of the General Assembly - Special Sessions Index to Proceedings Index to Proceedings of the General Assembly - Special Sessions The  Index to Proceedings of the General Assembly  is an annual bibliographic guide to the proceedings and documentation of the General Assembly.  For more information see Ask DAG . Special sessions 31st special sess. (2020) -- Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic 30th special sess. (2016) -- Drug control 29th special sess. (2014) -- Population and development 28th special sess. (2005) -- Concentration camps 27th special sess. (2002) -- Follow-up to World Summit for Children 26th special sess. (2001) -- HIV/AIDS 25th special sess. (2001) -- Human settlements 24th special sess. (2000) -- Social development 23rd special sess. (2000) -- Women 22nd special sess. (1999) -- Small island developing States 21st special sess. (1999) -- Population and development 20th special sess. (1998) -- Narcotic drugs 19th special sess. (1997) -- Environment 18th special sess. (1990) -- Development and international economic cooperation 17th special sess. (1990) -- Narcotic drugs 16th special sess. (1989) -- Apartheid 15th special sess. (1988) -- Disarmament 14th special sess. (1986) -- Namibia 13th special sess. (1986) + Corr.1 -- Critical economic situation in Africa 12th special sess. (1982) -- Disarmament 11th special sess. (1980) -- New international economic order 10th special sess. (1978) -- Disarmament 9th special sess. (1978) -- Namibia 8th special sess. (1978) -- Financing of the UN Interim Force in Lebanon 7th special sess. (1975) -- Development and international economic cooperation 6th special sess. (1974) -- New international economic order 5th special sess. (1967) -- Namibia / peacekeeping operations 4th special sess. (1963) -- Financing of peacekeeping operations 3rd special sess. (1961) -- Tunisia 2nd special sess. (1948) -- Palestine 1st special sess. (1947) + Add.1 + Add.2 -- Palestine How are the Indexes to Proceedings organized?
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Index to Proceedings of the General Assembly - Special Sessions | United Nations Skip to main content Toggle navigation Welcome to the United Nations العربية 中文 English Français हिन्दी Português Русский Español Kiswahili Dag Hammarskjöld Library Toggle navigation About » Contact Us Our Activities Our Mandate & History Our Collections UN Depository Libraries Library News Research the UN » UN Resources & Documents UN Digital Library Index to Proceedings Linked Data Services Research Guides Speeches Voting Information UN Member States on the Record Find » Articles, Books & More Databases Journals UN Resources & Documents UN Libraries Help » Training Research Guides Ask DAG Services for... » Delegates UN Staff Researchers & Librarians General Public Using the Library » Access Electronic Resources Borrow Books & More Print, Scan & Copy Request Articles, Books & Documents Visit the Library Open Science Conference 2021 Contact Us » Contact Us Search: Search:  Search for: Books, articles and more in DAG Discovery (this search will open in a new window) UN documents and publications in the United Nations Digital Library (this search will open in a new window) Index to Proceedings of the General Assembly - Special Sessions Index to Proceedings Index to Proceedings of the General Assembly - Special Sessions The  Index to Proceedings of the General Assembly  is an annual bibliographic guide to the proceedings and documentation of the General Assembly.  For more information see Ask DAG . Special sessions 31st special sess. (2020) -- Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic 30th special sess. (2016) -- Drug control 29th special sess. (2014) -- Population and development 28th special sess. (2005) -- Concentration camps 27th special sess. (2002) -- Follow-up to World Summit for Children 26th special sess. (2001) -- HIV/AIDS 25th special sess. (2001) -- Human settlements 24th special sess. (2000) -- Social development 23rd special sess. (2000) -- Women 22nd special sess. (1999) -- Small island developing States 21st special sess. (1999) -- Population and development 20th special sess. (1998) -- Narcotic drugs 19th special sess. (1997) -- Environment 18th special sess. (1990) -- Development and international economic cooperation 17th special sess. (1990) -- Narcotic drugs 16th special sess. (1989) -- Apartheid 15th special sess. (1988) -- Disarmament 14th special sess. (1986) -- Namibia 13th special sess. (1986) + Corr.1 -- Critical economic situation in Africa 12th special sess. (1982) -- Disarmament 11th special sess. (1980) -- New international economic order 10th special sess. (1978) -- Disarmament 9th special sess. (1978) -- Namibia 8th special sess. (1978) -- Financing of the UN Interim Force in Lebanon 7th special sess. (1975) -- Development and international economic cooperation 6th special sess. (1974) -- New international economic order 5th special sess. (1967) -- Namibia / peacekeeping operations 4th special sess. (1963) -- Financing of peacekeeping operations 3rd special sess. (1961) -- Tunisia 2nd special sess. (1948) -- Palestine 1st special sess. (1947) + Add.1 + Add.2 -- Palestine How are the Indexes to Proceedings organized?
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Recommendations of the working group to the UNFF special session  Discussions on the UNSPF and the 4POW Item 3. Recommendations of the working group to the UNFF special session  Discussions on the UNSPF and the 4POW Item 3. (...) Recommendations of the working group to the UNFF special session  Adoption of the recommendations of the Working Group http://www.un.org/esa/forests/forum/2017-working-group-and-special-session/index.html
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Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations Concluding Session, Special Peacekeeping Operations Committee Approves Draft Report Containing Proposals, Recommendations GA/PK/242Concluding Session, Special Peacekeeping Operations Committee Approves Draft Report Containing Proposals, Recommendations The Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations today approved a draft report on its 2021 substantive session, concluding its work.12 March 2021 Senegal Calls for Africa to Have ‘Special Place’ in Resolving Continental Crises, as Special Peacekeeping Committee Concludes General Debate GA/PK/241Senegal Calls for Africa to Have ‘Special Place’ in Resolving Continental Crises, as Special Peacekeeping Committee Concludes General Debate Africa must occupy a special place in managing and settling crises on the continent, Senegal’s representative said today, as the Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations concluded its general debate.18 February 2021 Delegates Vow to Cement Multilateralism by Spurring Collective Efforts through ‘Action for Peacekeeping’, as Special Committee Begins GA/PK/240Delegates Vow to Cement Multilateralism by Spurring Collective Efforts through ‘Action for Peacekeeping’, as Special Committee Begins United Nations peacekeeping operations are central to multilateralism, speakers told the Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations at its first meeting of the 2021 session, expressing their commitment to further spur collective action through the Action for Peacekeeping initiative launched in 2018.15 February 2021 Concluding Annual Session, Special Peacekeeping Operations Committee Approves Draft Report Outlining Proposals, Conclusions on Range of Substantive Items GA/PK/239Concluding Annual Session, Special Peacekeeping Operations Committee Approves Draft Report Outlining Proposals, Conclusions on Range of Substantive Items Concluding its work today, the Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations approved, as orally revised, the draft report of its 2020 substantive session (document A/AC.121/2020/L.3).12 March 2020 Speakers Call for More Deployment of Women, Efforts to Realize Secretary-General’s Peacekeeping Reform Initiative, as Special Committee Concludes General Debate GA/PK/238Speakers Call for More Deployment of Women, Efforts to Realize Secretary-General’s Peacekeeping Reform Initiative, as Special Committee Concludes General Debate Speakers called for more efforts to deploy women in United Nations peace operations worldwide and fully implement the Secretary-General’s strategy to make missions stronger, safer and more effective, as the Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations concluded its annual general debate today.18 February 2020 Delegates Underline Need for Greater Funding of Peacekeeping Operations, Increased Investment in Capacity-Building, as Special Committee Opens Session GA/PK/237Delegates Underline Need for Greater Funding of Peacekeeping Operations, Increased Investment in Capacity-Building, as Special Committee Opens Session Investing more in training is among the best ways to increase the capacity of United Nations peace operations, while these missions should not be asked to do more with less resources, speakers told the Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations today at the first meeting of its 2020 substantive session.17 February 2020 Concluding Session, Peacekeeping Operations Special Committee Approves Report Outlining Procedural Elements, but Unable to Agree on Substantive Items GA/PK/236Concluding Session, Peacekeeping Operations Special Committee Approves Report Outlining Procedural Elements, but Unable to Agree on Substantive Items The Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations concluded its 2019 session today with the approval of a report containing a technical summary of its work, even as members were unable to reach consensus on the report’s substantive elements.27 March 2019 Clear Mandates, Viable Recommendations Key for Improving Peacekeeping Performance, Security, Speakers Stress as Special Committee Concludes General Debate GA/PK/235Clear Mandates, Viable Recommendations Key for Improving Peacekeeping Performance, Security, Speakers Stress as Special Committee Concludes General Debate Speakers threw a spotlight on the need for clear mandates, adequate training and resources, and a culture of performance whenever and wherever the United Nations deploys Blue Helmets in conflict zones, as the Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations concluded its annual general debate today.12 February 2019 Amid Rise in Security Threats, Closer Collaboration Vital to Make Peace Operations More Secure, Effective, Speakers Tell Special Committee as Annual Session Begins GA/PK/234Amid Rise in Security Threats, Closer Collaboration Vital to Make Peace Operations More Secure, Effective, Speakers Tell Special Committee as Annual Session Begins Amid sweeping reforms occurring against a backdrop of increased security threats targeting Blue Helmets, partners must work more closely to ensure continued progress in making United Nations missions more safe, accountable, secure and effective, the Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations heard today as it opened its 2019 substantive session.11 February 2019 Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations Approves Draft Report, Concluding 2018 Session GA/PK/233Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations Approves Draft Report, Concluding 2018 Session Concluding its work today, the Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations approved the draft report of its 2018 session (document A/AC.121/2018/L.3).9 March 2018 Peacekeeping Missions Need More Flexible Approach, Resources to Better Foresee, Tackle New Threats, Speakers Say as Special Committee Concludes General Debate GA/PK/232Peacekeeping Missions Need More Flexible Approach, Resources to Better Foresee, Tackle New Threats, Speakers Say as Special Committee Concludes General Debate To uphold its noble legacy, United Nations peacekeepers must adopt a more flexible posture, tailored to specific conflicts and endowed with the resources and capabilities needed to improve foresight in tackling new threats, delegates in the Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations said today as they concluded their general debate.13 February 2018 Frank Dialogue Due on Peacekeeping’s Future amid Evolving Threats, Growing Pressure, Top Officials Tell Special Committee as General Debate Begins GA/PK/231Frank Dialogue Due on Peacekeeping’s Future amid Evolving Threats, Growing Pressure, Top Officials Tell Special Committee as General Debate Begins The time had come for the United Nations, its Member States and other partners to engage in a frank discussion on the future of peacekeeping in response to ever-changing threats and challenges in some of the world’s most hostile environments, the Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations heard today as it opened its 2018 substantive session.12 February 2018 Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations Approves Draft Report, Working Methods Text, Concluding 2017 Session GA/PK/230Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations Approves Draft Report, Working Methods Text, Concluding 2017 Session Concluding its work today, the Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations approved the draft report of its 2017 session (document A/AC.121/2017/L.3).17 March 2017 Peacekeeping Missions Must Bolster Efforts, Engage More Women Leaders in Tackling Shifting Security Landscape, Special Committee Hears GA/PK/229Peacekeeping Missions Must Bolster Efforts, Engage More Women Leaders in Tackling Shifting Security Landscape, Special Committee Hears The ever-changing international peace and security landscape amid increasing demand for peacekeeping missions called for more robust partnerships, bolstered intelligence sharing, adequate resources and more women in leadership roles, delegates told the Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations today.22 February 2017 Peacekeeping Must Be More Flexible in Adapting to Evolving Threats, Top Officials Tell Special Committee as General Debate Opens GA/PK/227Peacekeeping Must Be More Flexible in Adapting to Evolving Threats, Top Officials Tell Special Committee as General Debate Opens The United Nations must be more flexible, nimble and pragmatic in creating and managing peacekeeping operations in order to better prevent conflict and protect civilians in an increasingly complex world, the Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations heard today as it opened its 2017 substantive session.21 February 2017
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United Nations Office on Genocide Prevention and the Responsibility to Protect English Français Search Search Home About Us The Special Advisers Special Adviser on the Prevention of Genocide Special Adviser on the Responsibility to Protect The Office Mandate Methodology Strategy Partners FAQ Employment Contact Us Our Work Early Warning Advising and Mobilising Overview Hate Speech Strategy Enhancing Capacity Raising Awareness Advancing R to P implementation Atrocity Crimes Definitions Genocide Crimes Against Humanity War Crimes "Ethnic Cleansing" Legal Framework International Law Genocide Convention Prevention Response Accountability Responsibility to Protect About 15th Anniversary Overview High Level Event UN Secretary-General General Assembly Security Council Human Rights Council Member States Regional Organisations Civil Society Key Documents Media Public Statements Op-eds News Photo exhibition Publications & Resources The Special Advisers Special Adviser of the Secretary-General on the Prevention of Genocide Special Adviser of the Secretary-General on the Responsibility to Protect Special Adviser of the Secretary-General on the Prevention of Genocide Alice Wairimu Nderitu Alice Wairimu Nderitu of Kenya is the Special Adviser on the Prevention of Genocide.  (...) Widely published, she is the recipient of awards recognizing her commitment to peaceful conflict transformation throughout Africa and her innovative approach to mediation. Previous Special Advisers Adama Dieng (2012-2020) Francis Deng (2007-2012) Juan Méndez (2004-2007) UNITED NATIONS Contact Copyright Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Site Index Terms of Use
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Han Seung-soo Republic of Korea 26th special 2001 Mr. Harri Holkeri Finland 25th special 2001 Mr. (...) Harri Holkeri Finland 24th special 2000 Mr. Theo-Ben Gurirab Namibia 23rd special 2000 Mr. (...) Guido de Marco Malta 18th special 1990 Mr. Joseph Nanven Garba Nigeria 17th special 1990 Mr.
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Han Seung-soo Republic of Korea 26th special 2001 Mr. Harri Holkeri Finland 25th special 2001 Mr. (...) Harri Holkeri Finland 24th special 2000 Mr. Theo-Ben Gurirab Namibia 23rd special 2000 Mr. (...) Guido de Marco Malta 18th special 1990 Mr. Joseph Nanven Garba Nigeria 17th special 1990 Mr.
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Contact us Get Involved Get Involved Special Procedures of the Human Rights Council Coordination Committee of Special Procedures Share Navigation Blocks SPECIAL PROCEDURES Overview Introduction to Special Procedures Thematic mandates (database) Country mandates (database) Annual reports Communication reports Publications and resources MANDATE HOLDERS Current and former mandate holders Apply to become a mandate holder THE WORK OF SPECIAL PROCEDURES Country and other visits Cross-cutting thematic issues Engagement with other intergovernmental fora Making a difference Reports and related calls for input Reprisals for cooperation with Special Procedures SUBMITTING COMPLAINTS The Communications procedure Online submission tool for communications to special procedures Search Communications sent and replies (database) THE COORDINATION COMMITTEE About the Committe Membership Annual Meeting Statements Select Select Navigation Blocks SPECIAL PROCEDURES Overview Introduction to Special Procedures Thematic mandates (database) Country mandates (database) Annual reports Communication reports Publications and resources MANDATE HOLDERS Current and former mandate holders Apply to become a mandate holder THE WORK OF SPECIAL PROCEDURES Country and other visits Cross-cutting thematic issues Engagement with other intergovernmental fora Making a difference Reports and related calls for input Reprisals for cooperation with Special Procedures SUBMITTING COMPLAINTS The Communications procedure Online submission tool for communications to special procedures Search Communications sent and replies (database) THE COORDINATION COMMITTEE About the Committe Membership Annual Meeting Statements Functions The Coordination Committee (CC) is comprised of six Special Procedures mandate holders. (...) The CC equally seeks to promote the standing of the special procedures system. The Coordination Committee was established at the 12th Annual Meeting of special procedures mandate holders in 2005. (...) The CC is supported in its work by the Special Procedures Branch of the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights.  
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A special briefing will be given by His Excellency Mr. (...) Conference room 3. 6:30-7:30 Special event: Performance piece: "Women Can't Wait" With a Special Introduction by Meryl Streep. (...) Conference room 4. 3:00-6:00 Tenth plenary meeting of the special session (conclusion of the debate, adoption of the final document, closing of the special session). 3:00-4:30 Special event: Panel on sexual harassment.
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