United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR)
Institut des Nations Unies pour la Formation et la Recherche
Instituto de las Naciones Unidas para la Formación Profesional e Investigaciones
Proposed in a 1962 resolution of the UN General Assembly - resolution 1827 (XVII), 18 Dec 1962. Established following recommendation of E-XE3377 - ECOSOC to the General Assembly which commissioned the Secretary-General with the establishment of a United Nations Institute for Training and Research as an autonomous body within the F-XF1000 - United Nations System (General Assembly resolution 1934 (XVIII) of 11 Dec 1963). Commenced functioning Mar 1965. Headquarters originally based in New York NY (USA), with a European office in Geneva (Switzerland). In 1993, headquarters were transferred to Geneva.
Develop capacities to enhance global decision-making; support country level action for shaping a better future; empower individuals and institutions through knowledge and learning.
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Board of Trustees (meets at least annually); headed by Executive Director. Headquarters: Geneva (Switzerland). Out-posted offices: New York NY (USA); Hiroshima (Japan). Project Office: Port Harcourt (Nigeria).
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