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Users of the Yearbook of the United Nations who have discovered the Yearbook Pre-press section will be glad to know that the 2011 Pre-press is now effectively complete. Detailed chapter outlines with hyperlinks to key UN official documents and even numerous draft chapters for all 33 Yearbook chapters on United Nations activities and concerns in 2011 can now be reviewed and downloaded for reading and research.
The published version of the 2010 Yearbook of the United Nations is now available in full for reading and research on the Yearbook website!
Download the new 2015 UN Calendar of Observances: Making a Difference app for iPhone and now Android devices, which uses international days and weeks to illustrate the breadth of United Nations activities around the world, for free!
The United Nations today released the sixty-fourth volume of the Yearbook of the United Nations, covering the Organization’s global activities in 2010. The Acting Head of the Department of Public Information, Maher Nasser, launched the volume in a celebration attended by United Nations delegates, journalists, researchers, librarians and United Nations staff.
The Yearbook Unit is happy to announce that the sixty-fourth volume in the Yearbook collection, the Yearbook of the United Nations, 2010, is due to appear in print in December 2014.
The Yearbook of the United Nations—published by the Department of Public Information—stands as the authoritative reference work on the activities and concerns of the Organization. Based on official UN documents, the Yearbook provides comprehensive coverage of political and security matters, human rights issues, economic and social questions, legal issues, and institutional, administrative and budgetary matters.