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2014.03 Guidelines on Taking, Publication and Distribution of Images of Persons in Custody
These guidelines provide guidance on the taking, publication and distribution of images of persons in custody in host countries of United Nations peacekeeping operations and special political missions, to ensure respect ...
HRDDP Guidance Note
This Guidance Note was developed in response to a need identified during two reviews of implementation of the Human Rights Due Diligence Policy (HRDDP) in 2012 and 2013. The Guidance Note is complementary to any existing ...
Public Reporting on Human Rights by United Nations Peace Operations: Good Practices, Lessons Learned and Challenges
The United Nations Policy on Human Rights in Peacekeeping Operations and Special Political Missions requires all peace operations with a human rights mandate to report publicly and routinely on the human rights situation ...
2011.20 Human Rights in United Nations Peace Operations and Political Missions
This policy provides guidance on how human rights shall be integrated into the activities of United Nations peace operations and political missions, including integrated Peacebuilding Offices. It outlines the institutional ...
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 ...
Tactical Level Mission-Specific Training Modules on Protection of Civilians
The training modules aim at introducing protection of civilian concepts and providing POC mission-specific tactical situations for discussion of military and police contingents leaders and staff. The materials intend to ...
Human Rights Due Diligence Policy on UN support to non-UN security forces (HRDDP)
Support by United Nations entities to non-UN security forces must be consistent with the Organization’s Purposes and Principles in the Charter and its obligations under international law to respect, promote and encourage ...
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 ...