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Training for all UN Peacekeeping Personnel
This Policy (which superseded the earlier UN Peacekeeping Training Strategy) defines Training in the context of UN peacekeeping, and the roles and responsibilities and inter-relationships of the different entities involved ...
Policy on Internal Evaluations and Inspections of UN Police
This Policy replaces 2006.16 Guidelines for the Internal Evaluation of Police Components of Peace Operations. The document outlines the policy for the conduct of internal evaluations and inspections by the Police Division ...
2017.16 Quick Impacts Projects (Policy)
This policy defines the purpose of Quick Impact Projects (QIPs), and describes their nature, scope, size and duration. It outlines principles for programme and financial management of QIPs and provides direction on budgetary ...
2016.19 Policy on Records Management
Records are our institutional memory and represent a vital asset to support daily functions and operations. DPKO and DFS are committed to maintaining a records management programme that meets the operational needs and ...
Headquarters Self-Evaluation Policy
This policy establishes DPKO's and DFS's approach to the self-evaluation (hereinafter, evaluation) of Headquarters' programmes and sub-programmes. It ensures that evaluation activities support and enhance the structural ...
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 ...
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 ...