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Recommendations of the Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations (C34)

The Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations, also known as the C34, is mandated by the United Nations General Assembly to carry out a comprehensive review of all issues relating to United Nations peacekeeping. In this role, the Special Committee makes recommendations to peacekeeping stakeholders through its reports. In response, the Secretary-General publishes an annual report on the implementation of the recommendations of the Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations, outlining the measures taken by the Secretariat. The interactive window below lists the latest recommendations of the Special Committee. By clicking on one recommendation, you can find the relevant answer from the Secretariat. They are coded from the perspective of the Secretariat as follows:

Terms

Status

Definition

Completed/One-Time The Secretariat has completed this one-time request, such as providing a briefing or certain information in a speech or a report.
Completed, Ongoing or Recurring The Secretariat has completed a task that it is likely to repeat again in the future or will require sustained action to eventually complete.
Underway The Secretariat has made significant progress on this recommendation. 
Pending The Secretariat has laid the groundwork for progress on this recommendation.  
For Member States Recommendations made for Member States.