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Mission Start-up Field Guide
The Mission Start-up Field Guide (Field Guide) is to provide mission managers with an overview of critical managerial tasks and challenges that need to be addressed during the start-up of muli-dimensional UN peacekeeping ...
Policy on UN Transitions in the Context of Mission Drawdown or Withdrawal
This Policy was endorsed by the Secretary-General on 4 Feb 2013. It provides strategic guidance to UN headquarters offices and field presences on how to plan and manage the transition of UN operations where a peacekeeping ...
Guidelines on Understanding and Integrating Local Perceptions in UN peacekeeping
These guidelines apply to all field-based civilian and uniformed peacekeeping personnel who interact with members of the population of the host country as part of the execution of their duties, as well as those who are ...
United Nations Peacekeeping Operations: Principles and Guidelines - The Capstone Doctrine
Over the past six decades, United Nations peacekeeping has evolved into a complex, global undertaking. During this time, conduct of United Nations peacekeeping operations ha s been guided by a largely unwritten body of ...
Integrating a Gender Perspective into the work of the United Nations in Military in Peacekeeping Operations
To enhance the role played by women in the maintenance of international peace and security, the UN Security Council has to date adopted four specific resolutions on women, peace and security: Resolution 1325 (2000), ...
Civil Affairs Handbook
The purpose of the Civil Affairs Handbook is to provide Civil Affairs Officers with detailed practical guidance on the implementation of civil affairs work in UN peacekeeping missions, as subsidiary guidance to the DPKO/DFS ...