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United Nations Executive Office of the Secretary-General (EOSG) (1946-present) Série organique
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Administration issues - Personnel - subject files

Series consists of correspondence, memoranda, reports and United Nations documents relating to personnel and staff matters at headquarters and overseas. Subject categories relate to employment applications and appointments, employee terminations with special circumstances leading to departmental investigations, staff housing, intern programs, staff missing in action, pension plan, Personnel Selection Committee reports, and salaries and contracts. Correspondents include Secretary-General Dag Hammarskjold; Leo Malania, Executive Assistant to the Executive Assistant to the Secretary-General; D.B. Vaughan, Under-Secretary and Director of General Services; and W. Stoneman, Special Advisor to the Secretary-Genera.

Accession numbers: A/384, 62/1104, A/399, 63/431, A/212, 62/1106, A/211, 62/1107, A/85, A/498, 74/19.

Secretariat departments and offices - subject files

Series consists of correspondence, memoranda, reports, clear cables and United Nations documents relating to the administration of departments and offices at headquarters and overseas including Administrative and Financial Services, Appeals Board, Conferences and General Services, Economic Affairs, Field Service, Geneva Office, Legal Department, Public Information, Protocol and Liaison, Shanghai Office, Washington D.C. Office, Social Affairs, Press, and Trusteeship Council. Subject areas cover organization and responsibilities of departments and offices, progress reports to the Secretary-General, facilities management, budget matters and communications. Correspondents include Secretary-General Trygve Lie; A. Sweetser, Director of Washington D.C. United Nations Information Centre; W. Stoneman, Special Advisor to the Secretary-General; Brian Urquhart, Personal Assistant to the Secretary-General and later Senior Officer to Ralph Bunche who was an Under-Secretary-General without a department; D.B. Vaughan, Under-Secretary and Director of General Services; M.H. Hill, Special Advisor to the Secretary-General; and A.H. Feller, General Counsel and Principal Director of the Legal Department.

Accession numbers: A/212, 62/1106, A/399, 63/431, A/211, 62/1107, A/399, A/384, 62/1104

International University subject files

UN. Chef de Cabinet - 1961-1973

Series consists of papers, magazine articles, feasibility studies, employment applications, reports and correspondence relating to the establishment of International University. Documented are discussions of possible curriculum, World Conference on Role of the University in the Quest for Peace, correspondence with various international private organizations, such as Association Internationale des Universites, Association Internationale pour le Development de l'Universite Mondiale, The Canadian Home and School and Parent Teacher Association, East-West Center and University of Hawaii, Ecole Internationale de Genève, International Center for Theoretical Physics, Kettering Foundation, Ford Foundation, and Friends College. Files were created by First Officer Yasushi Akashi.
Correspondents include the heads of the international organizations, and Consultants to Secretary-General Arthur Lall and Martin Hill.

Political issues - subject files

Series consists of correspondence and memoranda, incoming and outgoing code cables, newspaper clippings and UN documents on various political issues and events. Subjects include the detention of United States flyers in China, dispute between Cuba and the Dominican Republic, the sentencing of Czechoslovakian leaders, Persian oil crisis, Spanish question, Sudan-Egyptian border dispute, question of Tibet, and Yemeni and United Kingdom dispute. Correspondents include Secretaries-General Trygve Lie and Dag Hammarskjold; Leo Malania, Executive Assistant to the Executive Assistant to the Secretary-General; D. Protitch, Under-Secretary-General for Political and Security Council Affair; Ralph Bunche, Under-Secretary-General - without a department; and A. Sobolev, Assistant Secretary -General for Department of Security Council Affairs. Arranged alphabetically by subject.

Accession numbers: A/399, 63/431, A/588, A/85, A/212, 62/1106, A/498, A/384, 62/1104, 72/88

Conferences and meetings - records

Series consists of correspondence and memoranda, incoming and outgoing code cables, reports, maps, newspaper clippings and United Nations documents. The conferences and commissions attended by top United Nations officials relate to various issues including disarmament, atomic energy, nuclear weapon tests, surprise attacks, and world peace. Among the highlights are the Geneva Conference, Central American Conference, Discontinuance of Nuclear Weapons Test Conference, and the Tenth Inter-American Conference of the Organization of American States. Correspondents include Secretary-General Dag Hammarskjold; D. Protitch, Under-Secretary-General for Political and Security Council Affairs; and Brian Urquhart, Senior Officer to Under-Secretary-General Ralph Bunche - without a department. Arranged alphabetically by name of conference or meeting.

Accession numbers: A/498, A/212, 62/1106, 72/88

Sir Robert Jackson

UN.EOSG/OSG/Special Representative to Co-ordinate Humanitarian Programmes in Kampuchea - appointed in 1980: Sir Robert Jackson

Series consists of incoming and outgoing code cables, correspondence, notes for the record and of meetings with the Secretary-General and budget records, relating to Sir Robert Jackson's activities concerning the UN programme of organizing and carrying out humanitarian aid in Kampuchea and border areas; inter-action with relief organizations such as UNICEF and UNHCR; Kampuchean political issues and conflicts. Series also includes journalist William Shawcross' unfinished manuscript dealing with global relief organizations and containing a number of Sir Robert Jackson's comments on the Kampuchean situation and the UN humanitarian assistance programme in that region.

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Law of the Sea Conference

The United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea - UNCLOS, also called the Law of the Sea Convention or the Law of the Sea treaty, is the international agreement that resulted from the third United Nations Conference on the Law of the Sea - UNCLOS III, which took place from 1973 through 1982.

The Law of the Sea Convention defines the rights and responsibilities of nations in their use of the world's oceans, establishing guidelines for businesses, the environment, and the management of marine natural resources.
The Convention, concluded in 1982, replaced four 1958 treaties. UNCLOS came into force in 1994.

Series contains:

  • Credentials - 11 boxes
  • Letters from Missions and Governments - 6 boxes
  • Register in accordance with rule 40 of the rules of procedure + Ballot paper - 2 boxes

United Nations Malaysian Mission - UNMAM

Series consists of correspondence, memoranda, incoming and outgoing cables, telegrams, aides-memoires, translations, notes, meeting reports, annual reports, final reports, reports, appendices, annexes, petitions, summary records of meetings, summary records of hearings, statements, speeches, talks, interviews, announcements, resolutions, draft outlines, drafts of final reports, communications, press releases, press conference statements, weekly news summaries, reprints of news articles, periodicals, booklets, programs, lists, logs, itineraries, tables, bibliographies, election regulations, election manifests, local authority ordinances, instructions, oaths of office, forms, indemnities, resumes, biographical notes, charts, photograph albums, maps, posters, invitations, and routing slips.

Subjects include but are not limited to the following: administration; personnel; border incidents; hearings; Cobbold Report; summit meetings; Committee of Twenty-four on Colonialism; Council Negri; political party conferences; North Borneo and Sarawak elections; and local governments.

Correspondents include U Thant, UN Secretary-General; Laurence Michelmore, Representative of the UN Secretary-General, UNMAM; George J. Janecek, Deputy Representative of the UN Secretary-General, UNMAM; and J. Rolz-Bennett, British Malaysian Commission.

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