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2016.24 Guidelines on Use of Force by Military Components in Peacekeeping Operations
These guidelines are intended to provide clarity in the appropriate use of force at the tactical and operational levels of United Nations peacekeeping missions. They aim to mitigate hesitation, accelerate decision making, ...
Sexual exploitation and abuse ‘No Excuse’ pocket card
The ‘No Excuse’ cards include a concise and portable statement of the UN rules and prohibitions related to sexual exploitation and abuse and provide contact details for reporting allegations. These are to be distributed ...
Protection of Civilians : Implementing Guidelines for Military Components of United Nations Peacekeeping Missions
These guidelines apply to all military personnel deployed in UN field missions with POC mandates, as well as staff members of the Departments of Peacekeeping Operations (DPKO) and Field Support (DFS), United Nations ...
Decision No. 2012/18 - Human Rights Screening of United Nations Personnel
This policy was approved by the Secretary-General's Policy Committee in Decision 2012/18 on 11 December 2012. The policy outlines the principles and methodology by which the United Nations will pursue human rights screening ...
شرطة األمم املتحدة يف عمليات حفظ السالم والبعثات السياسية اخلاصة : السياسة العامة
This Policy spells out the core functions of United Nations police peacekeeping and the fundamental principles guiding its activities. By defining core functions and fundamental principles, the Policy shall serve to guide ...
联合国维持和平参谋人员部署前专门训练材料导论 (Specialised Training Material on Staff Officers)
Military Aide Memoire: Commanders’ guide on measures to combat Sexual Exploitation and Abuse in United Nations military
This Aide-Memoire serves to generate adequate awareness on sexual exploitation and abuse and the many UN measures against the scourge. Therefore, the objective of this Aide-Memoire is to provide you, the commander, with a ...