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  • ...nd panels overseeing Security Council sanctions regimes, small field-based missions, and multidimensional operations with comprehensive mandates to support pol ...III: Regional offices, offices in support of political processes and other missions
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  • ...rter.<ref>Repertoire of the Practice of the Security Council: Peacekeeping Missions</ref> == List of peacekeeping missions ==
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  • ...s]] | [[:Category:Mission support|Mission support]] | [[:Category:Missions|Missions]] | [[:Category:Organization|Organization]] | [[:Category:Personnel|Personn
    1 KB (194 words) - 07:17, 22 January 2021
  • ...eceipt of medical information on claimants from their respective permanent missions;
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  • ...dget]] of the United Nations. This is in contrast with [[special political missions]], which are funded from the regular budget. ...achievement and outputs, which form the basis for allocating resources to missions.
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  • ...n the UN, in which many Member States refused to shoulder the costs of the missions as part of their regular budget assessments. The matter was referred to the
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  • ...fectiveness and coherence of peacekeeping operations and special political missions, ensuring the primacy of politics and flexibility of approach;
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  • | Environmental policy for United Nations field missions
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  • *: Resolution on the comprehensive review of [[special political missions]] taking note of the HIPPO report.
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  • ...sures to improve the ability of the Department of Field Support to support missions, especially during mission start-up, including through the establishment of
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  • Each [[peacekeeping missions|peacekeeping mission]] (with the exception of UNMOGIP and UNTSO) is finance
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  • ...tancies and technical expertise. Implementation can be carried out both by missions and through collaborative arrangements with implementing partners who are o ...c activities to be financed through assessed contributions by peacekeeping missions must be directly linked to Security Council mandates and reflect the evolut
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  • ...nd panels overseeing Security Council sanctions regimes, small field-based missions, and multidimensional operations with comprehensive mandates to support pol ...III: Regional offices, offices in support of political processes and other missions
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  • ...291 A/59/291] and [https://undocs.org/A/61/732 A/61.732] Staffing of field missions, including the use of 300 and 100-series appointments</ref>
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  • ...support to [[peacekeeping missions|peacekeeping]] and [[special political missions]]. It existed from July 2007 to December 2018. In addition to the Office of ...eld Service''', established in 1949, to provide land and air transport for missions; maintain radio communications with UN mission personnel; maintain premises
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  • ...they are implemented by partners, steps should be taken to ensure that the missions are given due recognition; ...t partners in order to avoid duplication and overlap of activities between missions and humanitarian and development partners in the field;
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  • ...N). Both peacekeeping and [[special political missions]] can be integrated missions. ...edlegg/missions/missions.pdf Eide, Espen Barth et al. Report on Integrated Missions: Independent Study commissioned by the United Nations Executive Committee o
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  • ...Multidimensional missions contrast with [[traditional mission|traditional missions]], which are primarily military operations with mandates focused on the mon
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  • Many elements of '''mission structures''' are consistent across missions, though details of reporting lines and [[Organization_of_the_Secretariat#Or ...RSG is an official of Under-Secretary-General (USG) rank, while in smaller missions the SRSG is often an official of Assistant Secretary-General (ASG) rank.
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  • United Nations missions employ individuals under different '''categories of personnel''' to perform common system </ref>. In peacekeeping missions, all staff are budgeted as part of group 2 (civilian personnel).
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  • ...have an impact on the delivery of mandates by United Nations peacekeeping missions by making recommendations on systemic issues relating to ...ations to incorporate lessons learned and best practices from peacekeeping missions into peacekeeping operations;
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  • ...of the Charter</ref>. It does not cover the expenses of large peacekeeping missions funded through [[peacekeeping financing|separate special accounts]]. The ap :::: II. Special political missions
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