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UN Secretary-General (UNSG)

Equal parts diplomat and advocate, civil servant and CEO, the Secretary-General is a symbol of United Nations ideals and a spokesman for the interests of the world's peoples, in particular the poor and vulnerable among them. The current Secretary-General, and the eight occupant of the post, is Mr. Ban Ki-moon of the Republic of Korea, who took office on 1 January 2007. Website: www.un.org/sg/
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Guidance Note on Racial Discrimination and Protection of Minorities

March 2013 | Publisher: UN Secretary-General (UNSG) | Document type: Policy/Position Papers

Guidance Note of the Secretary General: The United Nations and Statelessness

June 2011 | Publisher: UN Secretary-General (UNSG) | Document type: Policy/Position Papers

Guidance Note of the Secretary-General: United Nations Assistance to Constitution-making Processes

April 2009 | Publisher: UN Secretary-General (UNSG) | Document type: Policy/Position Papers

Guidance Note of the Secretary-General: UN Approach to Justice for Children

September 2008 | Publisher: UN Secretary-General (UNSG) | Document type: Policy/Position Papers

Guidance Note of the Secretary-General: United Nations Approach to Rule of Law Assistance

14 April 2008 | Publisher: UN Secretary-General (UNSG) | Document type: Policy/Position Papers

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