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"New Technologies: Where To?": the new issue of the UN Chronicle

Monday, 14 January 2019

Worldwide | Department of Global Communications (DGC) 

The new issue of the UN Chronicle, on the theme "New Technologies: Where To?", is now online. This special expanded edition, focusing on new technologies and their growing use in advancing the 2030 Agenda, will be the final printed issue of the magazine. But it will live on, online.

The 2018 Highlights of Security Council Practice is now available

Monday, 14 January 2019

Worldwide | DPPA 

The 2018 edition of the Highlights of Security Council Practice has just been published on the newly revamped Security Council’s website. Published every year since 2011 by the Security Council Affairs Division, it offers a snapshot of the activities of the Security Council during the course of the year.

Do you know who is in the UN System? Check out the new Chart

Monday, 14 January 2019

DGC | Knowledge Solutions and Design

Do you know who is in the UN System?

The Chart of the UN System has undergone another round of updates and is now available for download on iSeek and Central to the flagship publication Basic Facts about the United Nations, the new version of the Organizational Chart reflects the changes that took place in the structure of the Organization in the past two years.

On the cutting edge with the Department of Global Communications

Thursday, 20 December 2018

Worldwide | UN Global Communications

Relatively few people will ever enter the General Assembly Hall, but countless individuals can literally picture themselves there thanks to augmented reality, one of several cutting-edge technologies that the newly-named Department of Global Communications is harnessing to tell the UN’s story to the world.