Equitable Geographic Representation in the United Nations: An Assessment of the State of the International Character of the United Nations’ Workforce

by Harold Kent Heredia

The first article of the 21st Volume of the Journal of Diplomacy provides a narrative of the recruitment and appointment activities of the UN Secretariat and the ideological themes surrounding the debates of the General Assembly on the issue of staff recruitment on the basis of equitable geographic representation as listed in Article 101 of the UN Charter. The author makes recommendations on how the aspiration of Article 101 could be reinvigorated and made relevant for  the 21st Century demands of the United Nations Membership.

Find complete article here: Harold Kent Heredia, Equitable Geographic Representation in The United Nations

Find full issue here: Diversity in International Relations, Volume XXI, Number 1

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