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Guidelines on In-Briefings and De-Briefings for Civilian and Uniformed Senior Mission Leaders
These guidelines define minimum requirements and standards that are applicable to in-briefings at UN Headquarters for senior mission leaders prior to their deployment to their duty station, and de-briefings following their ...
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, ...
2016.07 Road Safety Management in the Field (Manual)
The purpose of this Manual is twofold: (I) to set out the minimum standards for safe operation of United Nations motor vehicles and the conditions regulating the use of such vehicles, as well as the measures that can be ...
2016.04 Development of Mission Specific Guidance (Guidelines)
The purpose of these Guidelines is to support the guidance development process at the mission level, in line with the DPKO-DFS Policy on Guidance Development (2014.14), by assisting missions in the establishment of a clear ...
Guidelines on Police Operations in United Nations Peacekeeping Operations and Special Political Missions
The Guidelines are designed to assist police components in the fulfillment of their mandated roles, including operational support to host-State police and other law enforcement agencies, as well as interim and other law ...
Guidelines on Police Command in United Nations Peacekeeping Operations and Special Political Missions
The Guidelines are designed to assist United Nations police command staff in carrying out their duties and leading the police component in the fulfilment of mandated tasks, which can include capacity-building and development ...
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 ...