Workshop on the structure, drafting and adoption of United Nations Resolutions

Tipo:

Taller (workshop)

Destinatarios específicos:

Capacitacion diplomatica

Fecha:

30 Jun - 30 Jun 2014

Duración del evento:

1 día

Localización:

New York City, United States

Programa:

Peace Security and Diplomacy

Cuota:

USD 300

 

Fellowships are available to delegates from developing, least developed countries thanks to a courtesy of the Algerian Ministry of Foreign affairs

Event focal point email:

Event focal point Contact Number:

212-963-4611

Otros detalles del evento:

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Participation subject to application approval by UNITAR. Notification and link for the payment will be sent once application selection process has been finalized.
The registration is closed
Deadline for application: 29 Junio 2014

Introducción

While the Charter of the United Nations has often been regarded as the constitution of the Organization, resolutions adopted by its principal organs may be considered its laws. Hence, the need for accuracy, respect of the correct terminology and search for the proper expression is given. Over the years, the United Nations resolutions have acquired a distinctive style. Furthermore, the rules relating to the adoption of resolutions have been supplemented by a number of practices. This workshop aims at providing thorough training on all these topics.  

Objetivos del Evento

The main objectives of this workshop are to familiarize the participants with the structure and form of United Nations resolutions and decisions, to help them to improve their skills in the drafting of resolutions and to enable them to acquire a better knowledge of the rules and practices relating to the adoption of resolutions.

Objetivos de Aprendizaje

 
At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:
 
· Describe the structure and form of United Nations resolutions and decisions;
· Identify draft resolutions rules and proceadures;
· Identify the rules and practices relating to the adoption of resolutions.

Contenido y Estructura

The workshop will consist of three parts: the structure and drafting of resolutions and decisions; the decision making and adoption of resolutions; and, the drafting of a resolution, through a simulation exercise. 

Metodología

 A large part of the workshop is devoted to practical drafting exercises. In view of the limited duration of the workshop, active involvement of participants is required throughout the workshop.

Destinatarios

This workshop is open to Members of permanent missions accredited to United Nations Headquarters and other government officials; representatives of international, intergovernmental and non-governmental organizations.

 

Información Adicional

The workshop instructor is, Dr. Yassin El-Ayouty is a member of several bars including New Jersey, the Bar of the US Supreme Court, the Egyptian Bar and the Bar of the Egyptian Court of Cassation (the Supreme Court of Egypt), and the Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

The workshop will be held at United Nations Headquarters in the North Long Building, Room E, on Monday, 30 June 2014 from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Members of Permanent Missions accredited to the United Nations in New York who wish to participate in this workshop are requested to register online at www.unitar.org/event

Important: Upon completion of online registration, applicants other than least developed countries and other developing countries will receive an automated invoice, which will allow them to make full payment for their UNITAR workshop. Participation will be confirmed once payment is received. Participants are required to make payment by credit card or wire transfer. UNITAR reserves the right to rescind an applicant's enrolment at any time in case of non-receipt of payment. All participants who successfully complete the workshop will receive a UNITAR Certificate of Completion.

For queries regarding the workshop and the participation fee, please contact:nyo@unitar.org or 212-963-9196