Digambar Bhouraskar, United Nations development aid: a history of UNDP 2013, nla.cat-vn6450167
In addition to the principal organs of the United Nations, there are numerous specialised agencies, funds, programs and other entities which make up the wider United Nations. A full list of these organisations can be found on the United Nations website.
UN bodies publish flagship reports to share information about the work of the organisation with the public. The following reports are available through the National Library's collections or the UNiLibrary database - to access UNiLibrary, visit our eResources portal and search for this resource under the Browse eResources tab.
|Human Development Report||United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)||1990-2013||1990-2015|
|Industrial Development Report||United Nations Industrial Development Organization||2002-2005||2013, 2016|
|The State of Food and Agriculture||Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO)||1947-2016|
|State of the World's Children||United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)||1980-2003||2013, 2015, 2016|
|State of World Population||United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)||1997-2014||2014-2016|
|World Development Report||World Bank||1978-2010|
|World Drug Report||United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)||2013-2016|
|World Economic and Social Survey||UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs||1994-2012||2009, 2013-2016|
|World Economic Outlook||International Monetary Fund (IMF)||1984-2016|
|World Economic Situation and Prospects (WESP)||Department of Economics and Social Affairs||2001-2011||2011-2017|
|World Health Report||World Health Organisation (WHO)||1995-2013|
|World Investment Report||United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD)||1991-2016||2013-2016|
|World of Work||International Labour Organisation (ILO)||1992-2015|
Andreas Zimmermann (ed.) The 1951 Convention relating to the Status of Refugees and its 1967 Protocol : a commentary 2011, nla.cat-vn5383209
1951 REFUGEE CONVENTION
The office of the High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) was created in 1950 following the Second World War. Its work is centred around the 1951 Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees - commonly known as The 1951 Refugee Convention.
The full text of the Convention, and details of its history, can be found here on the UNHCR website.