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Intergovernmental Negotiations and Decision Making at the United Nations:
A Guide  (Nov 2003)


NGLS’s Intergovernmental Negotiations and Decision Making at the United Nations: A Guide explains the governance and decision-making fora and processes of the UN system. Section One explains the principal UN organs of intergovernmental decision making; the negotiating blocs of Member States at the UN; the various types of documentation; and the nature of UN decisions and the weight they carry internationally. Section Two provides practical knowledge, advice and guidance to non-governmental representatives who wish to engage with the UN system, ranging from accreditation to the preparatory process, to engaging in follow-up activities after a meeting.

 
Intergovernmental Negotiations and Decision Making at the United Nations: A Guide
Introduction
Main Text — (Sections I & II)
Annexes

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