A new online exhibition is being created by the Dag Hammarskjöld Library which celebrates 70 key documents in the history of the UN.
The Fawcett Society launch new blog: Feminist Matters It will cover a range of topics from a feminist perspective. First topics covered are the labour party conference and its relevance to women. He for she campaign launched by the United Nations to campaign for gender equality launched by actor Emma Watson UN Women Global Goodwill Ambassador. […]
The new UN Yearbook Website. The new-look website provides free access to all editions of the UN Yearbook published since 1947. It is a key publication providing insight into all areas of United Nations interest and activity. These include: conflicts, peacekeeping forces, overviews of economic and international trade trends, plus information on UN programmes of work […]
SIPRI Yearbook 2013 – from the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI). This is a leading resource for annual round ups of information and facts and facts on all aspects of international security, peace and disarmament worldwide. The full text is for subscribers only, however there is a free summary Sipri does offer free access to a […]
Useful UN materials include Official twitter account for the latest news. Past missions with a timeline of past missions. A page on women in peacekeeping – which has statements and statistics Other resources Center on International cooperation publishes an annual global review of peacekeeping. Limited news stories are free on the website. Spiri has a multilateral […]
A major global survey for citizens launched by the United Nations and partners. It asks respondents to prioritise six out of sixteen possible issues in order to gather data about values to inform future global development plans. The survey will be running until 2015. The blog http://blog.myworld2015.org/ will be providing updates on the purpose and […]
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The Arab Human Development reports http://www.arab-hdr.org/ a project of the UNDP, are conducted every few years and seek to engage Arab nations in analysis and discussion of human development issues and future policy needs. Reports and papers from 2002 onwards. Topics covered include human security, knowledge, gender, opportunities. Human Rights Index for the Arab Countries […]