
General Information
Introduction
The United Nations Programme of Assistance in the Teaching, Study, Dissemination and Wider Appreciation of International Law was established by General Assembly resolution 2099 (XX) of 20 December 1965 to contribute to a better knowledge of international law “as a means for strengthening international peace and security and promoting friendly relations and cooperation among States”. It is one of the cornerstones of the efforts of the United Nations to promote international law. Its continuation was subsequently authorized by the Assembly through the adoption of resolutions at its annual sessions until its twentysixth session, and thereafter biennially. At its sixtyfourth session, the General Assembly decided to consider this agenda item on an annual basis (resolution 64/113).
The Programme of Assistance provides direct assistance in the field of international law by means of:
Implementation of the Programme of Assistance
In the performance of the functions entrusted to him by the General Assembly in relation to the Programme of Assistance, the SecretaryGeneral is assisted by the Advisory Committee on the United Nations Programme of Assistance in the Teaching, Study, Dissemination and Wider Appreciation of International Law.
The members of the Advisory Committee are elected by the General Assembly for a period of four years. The following 25 Member States were elected members of the Advisory Committee at the seventieth session of the General Assembly, beginning on 1 January 2016 and ending on 31 December 2019: Argentina, Canada, Chile, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Ethiopia, France, Germany, Ghana, Italy, Kenya, Lebanon, Malaysia, Mexico, Nigeria, Pakistan, Portugal, Russian Federation, Singapore, Slovakia, Sudan, Trinidad and Tobago, United Republic of Tanzania, United States of America and Uruguay. (resolution 70/116).
The SecretaryGeneral reports to the General Assembly on the implementation of the Programme and, following consultations with the Advisory Committee on the Programme, which meets annually in the autumn, submits recommendations regarding its execution in subsequent years.
The Codification Division of the Office of Legal Affairs of the United Nations is responsible for implementing the Programme of Assistance.

General Assembly resolutions
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2017 (Res. 72/115):
(E, F, S, R, C, A) 
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2016 (Res. 71/139):
(E, F, S, R, C, A) 
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2015 (Res. 70/116):
(E, F, S, R, C, A) 
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2014 (Res. 69/117):
(E, F, S, R, C, A) 
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2013 (Res. 68/110):
(E, F, S, R, C, A) 
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2012 (Res. 67/91):
(E, F, S, R, C, A) 
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2011 (Res. 66/97):
(E, F, S, R, C, A) 
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2010 (Res. 65/25):
(E, F, S, R, C, A) 
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2009 (Res. 64/113):
(E, F, S, R, C, A) 
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2007 (Res. 62/62):
(E, F, S, R, C, A) 
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2005 (Res. 60/19):
(E, F, S, R, C, A) 
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2003 (Res. 58/73):
(E, F, S, R, C, A) 
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2001 (Res. 56/77):
(E, F, S, R, C, A) 
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1999 (Res. 54/102):
(E, F, S, R, C, A) 
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1997 (Res. 52/152):
(E, F, S, R, C, A) 
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1995 (Res. 50/43):
(E, F, S, R, C, A) 
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1993 (Res. 48/29):
(E, F, S, R, C, A) 
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1991 (Res. 46/50):
(E, F, S, R, C, A) 
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1989 (Res. 44/28):
(E, F, S, R, C, A) 
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1987 (Res. 42/148):
(E, F, S, R, C, A) 
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1985 (Res. 40/66):
(E, F, S, R, C, A) 
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1983 (Res. 38/129):
(E, F, S, R, C, A) 
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1981 (Res. 36/108):
(E, F, S, R, C, A) 
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1979 (Res. 34/144):
(E, F, S, R, C, A) 
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1977 (Res. 32/146):
(E, F, S, R, C, A) 
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1975 (Res. 3502 XXX):
(E, F, S, R, C, A) 
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1973 (Res. 3106 XXVIII):
(E, F, S, R, C, A) 
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1971 (Res. 2838 XXVI):
(E, F, S, R, C, A) 
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1970 (Res. 2698 XXV):
(E, F, S, R, C, A) 
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1969 (Res. 2550 XXIV):
(E, F, S, R, C, A) 
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1968 (Res. 2464 XXIII):
(E, F, S, R, C, A) 
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1967 (Res. 313 XXII):
(E, F, S, R, C, A) 
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1966 (Res. 2204 XXI):
(E, F, S, R, C, A) 
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1965 (Res. 2099 XX):
(E, F, S, R, C, A) 
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1963 (Res.
1968 XVIII):
(E, F, S, R, C, A) 
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1962 (Res. 1816 XVII):
(E, F, S, R, C, A) 
Reports
SecretaryGeneral Reports 
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2017 Report (A/72/517):
(E, F, S, R, C, A) 
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2016 Report (A/71/432):
(E, F, S, R, C, A) 
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2015 Report (A/70/423):
(E, F, S, R, C, A) 
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2014 Report (A/69/516):
(E, F, S, R, C, A) 
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2014 Report (A/69/516/Add.1):
(E, F, S, R, C, A) 
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2013 Report (A/68/521):
(E, F, S, R, C, A) 
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2012 Report (A/67/518):
(E, F, S, R, C, A) 
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2011 Report (A/66/505):
(E, F, S, R, C, A) 
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2010 Report (A/65/514):
(E, F, S, R, C, A) 
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2009 Report (A/64/495):
(E, F, S, R, C, A) 
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2007 Report (A/62/503):
(E, F, S, R, C, A) 
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2005 Report (A/60/441):
(E, F, S, R, C, A) 
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2003 Report (A/58/446):
(E, F, S, R, C, A) 
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2001 Report (A/56/484):
(E, F, S, R, A) 
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1999 Report (A/54/515):
(E, F, S, R, C, A) 
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1997 Report (A/52/524):
(E, F, S, R, C, A) 
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1995 Report (A/50/726):
(E, F, S, R, C, A) 
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1993 Report (A/48/580):
(E, F, S, R, C) 
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1991 Report (A/46/610):
(E, F, S, R, C, A) 
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1989 Report (A/44/712):
(E, S) 
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1987 Report (A/42/718):
( E ) 
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1985 Report (A/40/893) 
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1983 Report (A/38/546) 
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1981 Report (A/36/633) 
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1979 Report (A/34/693) 
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1977 Report (A/32/326) 
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1975 Report (A/10332) 
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1973 Report (A/9242) 
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1971 Report (A/8508) 
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1970 Report (A/8130) 
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1969 Report (A/7740) 
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1968 Report (A/7305) 
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1967 Report (A/6816) 
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1966 Report (A/6492) 
