United Nations System Chief Executives Board for Coordination (CEB)

Conseil des chefs de secrétariat des organismes des Nations Unies (CCS)

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History

1946, as Administrative Committee on Coordination (ACC) - Comité administrative de coordination (CAC), by UN Secretary General, at the request of United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) in Resolution 13 (III). Formerly also known as United Nations System Chief Executives Board (CEB). Previously also known in French as Conseil des chefs de secrétariat des organismes des Nations Unies pour la coordination. Current title adopted in 2002. An inter-organization body of the United Nations (UN), part of the United Nations System. Assumed many functions of Inter-Agency Task Force on Basic Social Services for All (BSSA).

Aims

As the highest level inter-agency body in the UN system, foster cooperation and coordination among the organizations of the UN system across a wide range of policy, programme and management issues in the pursuit of the common goals of the Member States; promote inter-agency dialogue and develop a coordinated and integrated approach to major international developments and trends.

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Activities

Focuses on the review and follow-up to the Millennium Declaration and the preparations and follow-up to the 2005 World Summit. HLCP work focus includes the future of multilateralism, curbing transnational crime, bridging the digital divide, conflict prevention, financing for development, HIV/AIDS and its linkages with food security and governance, the follow-up to the World Summit on Sustainable Development (WSSD), support for New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD), implementation of the development agenda at the country level, enhancing the role of the UN system in the field of economic development, gender mainstreaming and knowledge management. HLCM has addressed issues that include security and safety of the UN staff, the impact on management and programme of the changing relationship between regular and voluntary funding, measures to improved UN system-wide mobility, managing for results in the UN system, UN system collaboration on accountability and transparency, strengthening of the International Civil Service, the UN system contingency plan for an influenza pandemic, as well as various information and communication technology, finance and budget and human resources issues.

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Relations with Inter-Governmental Organizations

Relations with 1 inter-governmental organizations.
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UIA Org ID

E4062

Last News Received

2009
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