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iSeek regularly profiles Secretariat projects taking place at duty stations around the world and includes feature stories of interest to delegates.

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.

Delegates and families invited to screening of 'Ferdinand', 5 Dec

Thursday, 29 November 2018

Delegates who have pre-registered for the film screening of Ferdinand can pick up their tickets in Room SM2 (next to the elevator) on 9th floor between 3:00p.m. and 5:00 p.m. Wednesday, 5 December.

Please note that staff and families must present their tickets to enter ECOSOC. The event is sold out, but if there are any available seats at 6:30 pm, staff without a ticket would be permitted entry then.