S-1023 consists of the Executive Office of the Secretary-General's code cable files. Arranged by mission (Nicosia, Beirut, Bangkok, Naquora, Baghdad/Tehran, Jerusalem) and therein chronologically.
S-1024 documents the Secretary-General's contacts and information gathering relating to the member nations of the United Nations. Records include correspondence with heads of states, foreign ministers and representatives, as well as code cables, handwritten notes, speeches, UN documents, news clippings, photographs, etc. Arranged in alphabetical sequences by country.
S-1026 consists of records documenting United Nations Day, Human Rights Day, the 40th Anniversary of the United Nations and the 40th Anniversary of the Declaration of Human Rights. Records include correspondence, invitations, congratulatory letters, press materials covering the events and documents related the planning and follow-up of the events.
S-1027 documents matters which came to the Secretary-General for action or which are the products of the Secretary-General's work or authority. A large number of files pertain to personnel, candidates for employment positions, competitive examinations and the retirement of personnel, with numerous files concerning individual United Nations personnel. Additional subject files pertain to the Office of Personnel Services, the Advisory Group on Administrative Reform, the United Nations Staff Recreation Council, the Hospitality Committee for United Nations Delegations, the United Nations Child Care Centre, the International Civil Service Commission and the World Association of United Nations Interns and Fellows. Series also includes the files concerning the Secretary-General's annual reports, the United Nations financial crisis and records concerning the Nobel Peace Prize. Series also contains files on various topics and entities including: aged and the elderly; the Secretary-General's annual report; apartheid and racism; atomic radiation; budget; children; diplomatic asylum; disasters and disaster relief; disarmament; languages; protocol; Arts Committee; UN Library; 40th Anniversary; UN in Geneva; UN in Vienna; various internal offices; finance and debt; administrative reform; UN Research Institute for Social Development (UNRISDI); and Department of International Economic and Social Affairs (DIESA).
S-1028 contains records pertaining to United Nations commissions, committees and conferences, including the Economic Commission for Africa; the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC); the Economic Commission for Europe; the Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (ESCWA); the Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP); the Administrative Committee on Coordination; the Special Committee Against Apartheid; the Ad Hoc Committee on the Indian Ocean; the Ad Hoc Group on Equal Rights for Women; the Group of High-Level Intergovernmental Experts to Review the Efficiency of the Administration and Financial Situation of the United Nations (Group of 18); the Third United Nations Conference on the Law of the Sea; the International Conference on the Question of Palestine; World Conference to Review and Appraise the Achievements of the United Nations Decade for Women; the World Conference of Mayors; Pugwash Conferences; International Year of the Child; and the Second World Conference to Combat Racism and Racial Discrimination. Records include correspondence, reports, notes and press material.
S-1029 consists of records pertaining to disarmament, including records documenting the work of the United Nations Centre for Disarmament, the Department of Disarmament Affairs, the Committee on Disarmament, the United Nations Disarmament Commission, the Conference on Disarmament, Disarmament Week, the World Disarmament Campaign, the Ad Hoc Committee on Chemical Weapons, the Group of Experts on the Reduction of Military Budgets, and the Group of Experts on the Alleged Use of Chemical Weapons.
S-1031 contains invitations, congratulatory messages, thank you letters and holiday greetings sent to Secretary-General and Mrs. Perez de Cuellar during his two terms as Secretary-General of the United Nations, 1982-1991. The invitations are organized chronologically and are grouped according to invitations accepted, invitations regretted, and invitations having no action taken. Series also contains the Secretary-General's correspondence with universities, colleges, schools, miscellaneous organizations, VIPs and friends. See also S-1032.
S-1032 documents Secretary-General's correspondence with heads of state, diplomats, VIP's and friends including thank-you letters for 70th birthday, election/re-election wishes, and congratulations on Iran/Iraq cease fire. Also includes get well wishes following Secretary-General's hospitalization in 1986. Includes intergovernmental organizations, non-governmental organizations and UN associations. See also S-1031.
Series documents confidential meetings held with various heads of state and foreign representatives. Records are primarily meeting minutes and other confidential notes.
S-1041 is comprised of records pertaining to press conferences with the Secretary-General held at the United Nations headquarters and at international locations, Daily Press Briefings issued by the Department of Public Information, and messages and statements made by the Secretary-General. Series also contains records pertaining to the Centre for Human Rights, the Human Rights Committee and human rights in general.