UN Crime Programme meeting guide

Much of the work of the UN Crime Programme takes places in formal meetings. The Director of HEUNI, Dr Matti Joutsen, has prepared a series of brief guides to help persons attending such meetings to prepare and make effective use of these meetings.


Part 1 provides an overview of the work of formal UN meetings, with an emphasis on the negotiation of draft resolutions.

Part 2 identifies some of the sensitive issues: why they are sensitive, and how they are usually dealt with.

Part 3 describes the main participants at UN Crime Programme meetings

Part 4 provides an overview of the general rhythm of meetings throughout the year.

Part 5 is a tongue-in-cheek analysis of different negotiating tactics, and is based on the author’s experience of attending UN Crime Programme meetings.

Part 1: Negotiating Draft Resolutions and Attending UN Crime Programme Meetings (pdf, 0.19 Mt) Part 2: Dealing with Sensitive Issues (pdf, 0.23 Mt) Part 3: Who’s Who in The UN Crime Programme (pdf, 0.26 Mt) Part 4: Basic Annual Schedule of Meetings (pdf, 0.11 Mt) Part 5: Ten Rules to Follow (pdf, 0.25 Mt) Extra material: When Experts and Diplomats Agree: Negotiating Peer Review of the UN Convention Against Corruption (pdf, 0.9 Mt) Extra material: Civil Society Engagement in the Implementation of the United Nations Convention against Corruption (pdf, 0.23 Mt) Blue Criminology – The power of United Nations ideas to respond to crime globally (pdf, 0.76 Mt) Draft resolution on Restorative justice in criminal matters (pdf, 0.4 Mt)
 
Published 11.9.2018