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2017.07 Peacekeeping Intelligence Policy
This Policy sets out why and how United Nations peacekeeping operations acquire, collate, analyze, disseminate, use, protect and manage peacekeeping intelligence in support of United Nations peacekeeping operations in the ...
Understanding and Improving Engagement with Civil Society in UN Peacekeeping: from Policy to Practice
This study analyses issues and dilemmas that peacekeeping operations and indeed the larger peacebuilding and development community has faced when engaging with civil society in conflict-affected environments with a particular ...
2017.11 Child Protection in UN Peace Operations (Policy)
Gender Forward Looking Strategy 2014-2018
In October 2000, the Security Council adopted resolution 1325 (2000) on Women, Peace and Security (WPS) in recognition of the serious and specific impact that armed conflict has on women and girls and their potential to ...
Guidelines on In-Briefings and De-Briefings for Civilian and Uniformed Senior Mission Leaders
These guidelines define minimum requirements and standards that are applicable to in-briefings at UN Headquarters for senior mission leaders prior to their deployment to their duty station, and de-briefings following their ...
UNDSS/SOP/1/2015 SOP on the Deployment of United Nations Guard Units
This SOP provides guidance on the process of deploying United Nations Guard Units (UNGU) to UN field missions. A UNGU is a force composed of police or military personnel, or other State security forces, deployed to protect ...
United Nations Peacekeeping Operations: Principles and Guidelines - The Capstone Doctrine
Au cours des soixante dernières années, le maintien de la paix des Nations Unies est devenu l’un des principaux outils employé par la communauté internationale pour gérer les crises complexes constituant une menace à la ...
Implementing Extension of State Authority Mandates in Peacekeeping
While the extension of state authority (ESA) concept has not been clearly defined, examples from the ground have shown that it is based on three components: presence, capacity and legitimacy. In order for sustainable peace ...
2017.19 The Rapid Deployment Level (RDL) of the Peacekeeping Capability Readiness Sytem (PCRS) (Guidelines)
These guidelines detail the procedures related to the registration and reimbursement of units at the Rapid Deployment Level (RDL) of the Peacekeeping Capability Readiness System (PCRS). They outline the pledging, selection, ...
2017.17 Quick Impact Projects (Guidelines)
These guidelines provide suggested procedures on the identification, selection, approval, funding, implementation, monitoring, closure and evaluation of individual Quick Impact Projects (QIPs) and the overall management ...