Towards Greater Order, Coherence and co-Ordination in the United_Nations System.

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Add tags for "Towards greater order, coherence, and co-ordination in the United Nations system". Be the first. The aim is to assist the Government of Norway: (a) to improve coherence and coordination within and across Norwegian state and civil agencies engaged in peacebuilding action, and (b) to initiate, encourage and support initiatives that will improve coherence and coordination in the international, including especially the UN, peacebuilding system.

Accordingly, in Februarythe Secretary-General set up the High-level Panel on United Nations System-wide Coherence in the Areas of Development, Humanitarian Assistance and the Environment to undertake a study on United Nations system-wide coherence, with the participation of the Chairs of HLCP and the United Nations Development Group (UNDG) in.

United Nations system organizations. It then provides a description and analysis of the current oversight infrastructure in the United Nations system organizations.

The report concludes with a discussion of the need for more coherence in oversight for the United Nations system and an explanation of the.

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change towards greater coherence and integration is critical, as is trust within and between agencies. A strong and adequately resourced coordination system that can act as the independent and. Nations and the role of United Nations system entities involved in providing support to the SIDS agenda will be addressed in a subsequent report to be issued inin response to the General Assembly’s request in its resolution 69/ (para.

De Coning and Stamnes contend that the work of the PBA has both helped to establish “peacebuilding as an overarching framework and a specific programmatic approach” (p.

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) and, thereby, to strengthen coherence and coordination across the UN system by encouraging the development of country-level strategic frameworks for peacebuilding. Calls Coherence and co-Ordination in the United_Nations System.

book UN-Women, in accordance with General Assembly resolution 64/ (a) To ensure that its work leads to more effective coordination, coherence and gender mainstreaming across the United Nations system; (b) To fully assume its role in leading, coordinating and promoting the accountability of the United Nations system in its work on gender.

(1) Having been apprised of the hope of the Panel of External Auditors that CCAQ could work towards achieving greater consistency and comparability in the information presented in the financial statements of the organizations, CCAQ decided at its 51st session (September ) to establish a Working Party on the Harmonization of Financial Statements.

United Nations This book presents the key debates that took place during the Office for ECOSOC Support and Coordination 1 United Nations File Size: 5MB. The role of the United Nations in the global development architecture: Steps towards greater coherence Paper presented to the Annual Meeting of the Academic Council on the United Nations System (ACUNS), June, New York City 1 Introduction 2 The role of the UN development system: Strengths, weaknesses and the challenges of.

Transforming the United Nations System is a must-read for those who want a knowledgeable analysis of the workings of the United Nations and its potential restructuring. Joe Schwartzberg’s magisterial publication is a great step toward better world government.”.

UN-Oceans is an inter-agency mechanism that seeks to enhance the coordination, coherence and effectiveness of competent organizations of the United Nations system and the International Seabed Authority, within existing resources, in conformity with the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, the respective competences of each of its participating.

The Management of UN Peacekeeping book highlights the potential of effective management—which the editors define as “the art of aligning means and ends and thus the capacity to marshal resources, lay out plans, conduct work, and spur effort” (p.

3)—to ameliorate many of the challenges currently facing the UN. While recognizing from the outset that. responsibility of the UNSC, called upon the United Nations to examine, within the context of Chapter VIII of the UN Charter, the possibility of funding, through assessed contributions, peacekeeping operations undertaken by the AU or under its authority and with the consent of the United Size: KB.

internationally agreed development goals and commitments in regard to gender equality and empowerment of women” fostered an unprecedented opportunity to advance efforts in cross-agency cooperation and coherence, as well as in the mainstreaming of a gender perspective throughout the United Nations system.

The United Nations Plan of Action for Disaster Risk Reduction for Resilience: Towards a Risk-informed and Integrated Approach to Sustainable Development4 ensures disaster risk reduction is a strategic priority for UN organizations. The Plan of Action’s Results-based Analytical Framework monitors the UN System’s success in providing 1.

These correlations between electric field components can be measured to arbitrary orders, hence leading to the concept of different orders of coherence. The coherence encountered in most optical experiments, including the classic Young's double slit experiment and Mach-Zender interferometer, is first order coherence.

United Nations Secretariat had been completed in January and had empowered the coordinators while strengthening accountability for coordination of the United Nations development system in countries.

Other developments included the launch of a new management and accountability framework for. The United Nations Peacebuilding Commission: Improving Coherence and Coordination.

Research Background It has been suggested that “the overarching challenge facing the growing number of international peace-building interventions is to achieve sustainable peace”.1 improving the capacity of the UN The chairing Troika mechanism established in was a first step towards greater continuity between chairmanships.

The creation of GMG thematic working groups – on “mainstreaming migration into development planning” (co-chaired by UNDP and IOM) and on “data and research” (co-chaired by UN DESA and IOM) – marked an important. Toward a Taxonomy of Coherence Relations Article (PDF Available) in Discourse Processes 15(1) January with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Enhancing coherence and coordination within the United Nations system A. Strengthening coherence at the country level 2 B. Coordination of UN system response to Avian and Human Influenza 2 C.

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The resolution set down a solid foundation for stronger coherence, coordination and cooperation among the United Nations, regional and international actors, and civil society. CEB took up the issue of international migration and development on the basis of an initial assessment of the implications for the system, as discussed by the General Assembly at the High-level Dialogue on International Migration and Development; CEB would seek to identify the steps needed to work towards greater policy coherence and programmatic and operational.

We underscore the need to strengthen United Nations system-wide coherence and coordination, while ensuring appropriate accountability to Member States, by, inter alia, enhancing coherence in reporting and reinforcing cooperative efforts under existing inter-agency mechanisms and strategies to advance the integration of the three dimensions of.

• The United Nations inter-agency task team on science, technology and innovation for the sustainable development goals will promote coordination, coherence and cooperation within the United Nations system on science, technology and innovation related matters, enhancing synergy and efficiency, in particular to enhance capacity-building.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR. Vanessa Humphries is the Project Manager at the Security Governance Group. She holds a Master’s of International Public Policy and was a Humanitarian Affairs Intern with the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, Regional Office for the presented this paper at the Academic Council of the United Nations System.

system: An overview 1 1. The purpose of this document is to provide a general context for the Governing Body’s discussions on developments in the United Nations (UN) and other international forums, including the report of the Secretary-General’s High-level Panel on UN System-wide Coherence.

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Until very recently, coherence (unlike cohesion) was widely held to be a 'rather mystical notion'. However, taking account of new trends representing a considerable shift in orientation, this volume aims at helping relieve coherence of its mystifying aura. The general bibliography which concludes the book bears witness to this intriguing development and the rapidly changing scene in the United Nations Agenda for Sustainable Development.

This document presents a framework for analysis with the purpose of strengthening coherence between agriculture and social protection, and identifying pathways for achieving policy and programmatic synergies. Conceptually, there is a two-way relationship.General Assembly Security Council Distr.: General 14 December system-wide rule of law activities so as to ensure quality control and greater policy coherence and coordination.

The Group, which will be supported by a small The present report will address the request for proposals for enhancing United Nations-system arrangements for.