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2016.18 Awarding the Captain Mbaye Diagne Medal for Exceptional Courage (Guidelines)
By its resolution 2154 (2014), the Security Council noted ‘with deep appreciation how Captain Mbaye Diagne of UNAMIR1 and of Senegal saved, unarmed and in the face of extreme danger, hundreds of, or perhaps even a thousand, ...
SOP on Force and Sector Commander's Evaluation of Subordinate Military Entities in Peacekeeping Operations
This SOP describes the process by which Force and Sector Commanders should monitor, evaluate and improve subordinate unit performance in UN peacekeeping operations. This SOP is a framework document and applies to all ...
2015.16 Operational Readiness Assurance and Performance Improvement (Policy)
These policies set institutional direction for strengthening the operational readiness of individual military units deployed in UN peacekeeping operations. This policy provides major stakeholders, including UN Headquarters ...
2016.23 Military Support for Public Order Management in Peacekeeping Missions (Guidelines)
This document provides guidance to UN Military units tasked with Public Order Management. This guidance applies to UN Headquarters staff at DPKO, DFS and all field Mission personnel. The guidelines herein are complementary ...
Regional Quick Reaction Force Lessons Identified Study
In 2014, the Regional Quick Reaction Force (RQRF) was established in the United Nations Operation in Côte d'Ivoire (UNOCI) as part of the three-year drawdown plan for the United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL). The ...
2016.16 Evaluation of Force Headquarters in Peacekeeping Operations (SOP)
As stated in the DPKO/DFS Mission Evaluation Policy, the primary purpose of evaluations is to strengthen the ability of DPKO/DFS and missions to accumulate and utilize experience, thus enhancing peacekeeping operations. ...
United Nations Peacekeeping Missions Military/Combat Transport Unit Manual
This Manual describes the United Nations Military/Combat Transport Unit, a unique entity that comes into existence only when peacekeeping contingencies require military ground transport due to less permissive security ...