Index to Proceedings of the Economic and Social Council

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2412-4516 (online)
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The Index to Proceedings is a powerful tool which provides a window into the annual meetings of the main UN organs. The publication is comprised of a subject index to all the documents issued by the body in question during a particular session/year and an index to speeches delivered before the forum in question during a particular session/year.
 
Index to Proceedings of the Economic and Social Council 2014

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27 Apr 2016
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9789210576093 (PDF)
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The Index to Proceedings of the Economic and Social Council is a bibliographic guide to the proceedings and documentation of the Economic and Social Council. This issue covers the 2014 session of the Council including the organizational and substantive session. The Index is divided in two parts comprising the Subject Index and Index to Speeches. The Index is prepared by the Dag Hammarskjöld Library, Department of Public Information, as one of the products of the United Nations Bibliographic Information System (UNBIS).
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  • Introduction
    The Economic and Social Council, under the authority of the General Assembly, is the United Nations organ which coordinates the economic and social work of the United Nations and its system of organizations. The Council has 54 members and until 1991 held the following sessions each year: a short organizational session in New York in January, the first regular session in New York in May, the second regular session in Geneva in July. The rules of procedure of the Council were amended by resolution 1992/2 and from 1992 on, the Council held an organizational session in February in New York and one substantive session, with one "high-level segment" a year; the substantive session took place in alternate years in New York and Geneva between May and July. The General Assembly, in its resolution 68/1, requested the Economic and Social Council to adjust its programme of work to a July-to-July cycle. The Council continues to have one substantive and one organizational session. From 2014, the Council holds a substantive session in New York and the humanitarian affairs segment alternates between New York and Geneva.
  • Abbreviations
  • Sessional information
  • Check-list of meetings
  • Agenda
  • Subject index
  • Index to speeches
  • List of resolutions
  • List of documents
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