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2019.35 United Nations Field Missions: Preventing and responding to Conflict-Related Sexual Violence (Policy)
The purpose of this Policy is to institutionalise the approach and role of United Nations field missions (peacekeeping operations and special political missions) in preventing and responding to conflict-related sexual ...
2020.01 United Nations Infantry Battalion Manual (UNIBAM)
The purpose of the United Nations Infantry Battalion Manual (UNIBAM) is twofold. It provides Troop Contributing Countries (TCCs) with guidance on how to train, equip units deploying to UN Peacekeeping Missions, and it ...
2019.27 United Nations Manual on Ammunition Management (Manual)
The United Nations Manual on Ammunition Management is an essential reference for Member States, troop and police contributing countries, military commanders, police commissioners and staff officers in United Nations peace ...
2019.34 Specialized Police Teams on Assignment with United Nations Peace Operations (Guidelines)
This document provides guidance on the administration of police officers and civilian policing experts deployed as a part of a specialised police team. The guidance set forth in this document shall assist the United Nations ...
DOS/2020.7 Casualty Evacuation in the Field (CASEVAC) (Policy)
This joint policy – by the Departments of Operational Support (DOS), Peace Operations (DPO), Peacebuilding and Political Affairs (DPPA), and Safety and Security (DSS) – provides direction on the management of casualty ...
2020.11 Knowledge Management and Organizational Learning (Policy)
This policy sets out the guiding principles of knowledge management and organizational learning in DPO and DPPA and in their field missions. It outlines the roles and responsibilities of managers and personnel and defines ...
Going Further Together: The Contribution of Human Rights Components to the Implementation of Mandates of United Nations Field Missions
This study examines whether and how human rights components in UN field missions contribute to broader mission mandates, such as mandates focused on politics, peacebuilding and military or police that may not be associated ...