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Job openings for DOCO in New York and in regional hubs

Thursday, 15 November 2018

The UN Development Operations Coordination Office (UN DOCO) will be at the forefront of the efforts to ensure a more coordinated and collaborative contribution of the UN development system to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals. New positions have been created both at UN Headquarters in New York and in regional hubs. The positions include: policy, programme and technical advisors; finance and resource mobilization; strategic planning; partnerships; business operations; and, communications and knowledge management. Read the specific job requirements for each position at: 

De la Déclaration des droits des personnes d’ascendance africaine

Friday, 09 November 2018

Mondial | DPI
Les droits de l’homme s’expriment et sont garantis par le biais d’un corpus riche en instruments légaux contraignants et non-contraignants. On y trouve par exemple des déclarations sur les droits de peuples autochtones et des personnes appartenant à des minorités ou des conventions sur les droits de enfants et des personnes handicapées..

United Nations Police Week 2018 - Committed to Excellence

Tuesday, 06 November 2018

New York | DPKO

United Nations Police Week starts today (5 November 2018).

Every year, Heads of the Police Components in Peacekeeping and Special Political Missions around the world come together to exchange best practices, meet their counterparts at headquarters, and discuss the operational requirements and priorities for the nearly 11,000 officers from 88 countries under their command.