Series documents interactions of the Secretary-General's office with various UN emergency and relief operations (including refugee work in South-East Asia), development programmes, United Nations Associations, environmental programmes, the United Nations University, UNICEF (including International Year of the Child), as well as population, human rights, trade and disarmament activities.
Series documents the relationship between the Secretary-General and the United Nations Associationss such as the World Federation of United Nations Associationss and affiliated national bodies. Unarranged, except in general chronological sequence.
Series consists of information pertaining to the Secretary-General's travel arrangements while on official United Nations business. Records include correspondence and detailed itineraries. Arranged chronologically.
Series documents Secretary-General's correspondence with VIP's and friends including holiday greetings, correspondence with universities and colleges, gifts received, invitations accepted and refused, and thank-you letters. Essentially unarranged, although like file titles are generally arranged together.
Series documents confidential meetings held with various heads-of-state and foreign representatives. Records are primarily meeting minutes and other confidential notes. Arranged chronologically.
Series consists of correspondence with high profile individuals, public figures and outside organizations, as well as "Protests, petitions, comments" from the general public worldwide. Records include holiday and birthday greetings, thank you notes, condolences, speaking invitations, and invitations to various events. Arranged in two alphabetical sequences followed by miscellaneous files, and finally, the "Protests" etc.
Series contains press documentation, including the Office/Department of Public Information (DPI) daily press briefings, UN-or-member-nation-related press clippings compiled by DPI, and reviews of the English (and German) language press. Also included is a set of files on United Nations Day planning and communication. Records are primarily official documents and clippings, with some correspondence (the latter relating largely to United Nations Day). Arranged in sets of files, no particular order.