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1964

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Part One. Legal status of the United Nations and related intergovernmental organizations

Chapter I. Legislative texts concerning the legal status of the United Nations and related inter-governmental organizations  View PDF file
  1. Canada 3
      Province of Quebec Order-in-Council No. 172 of 26 January 1965 concerning certain fiscal concessions to non-Canadian representatives to the International Civil Aviation Organization  
  2. Germany (Federal Republic of) 4
      Second Act amending the Act of 22 June 1954 concerning the accession of the Federal Republic of Germany to the Convention on the Privileges and Immunities of the Specialized Agencies of the United Nations dated 21 November 1947 and concerning the granting of privileges and immunities to other international organizations, of 28 February 1964  
  3. Jamaica  
    (a) The Diplomatic Immunities and Privileges Act, 1962 5
    (b) The Foreign Nationals and Commonwealth Citizens (Employment) Exemptions Regulations, 1964 11
  4. Malawi 12
      Immunities and Privileges (Extension and Miscellaneous Provisions) Ordinance, 1964  
  5. New Zealand  
    (a) The Copyright (International Organisations) Order 1964 17
    (b) The Excise Duties Suspension (Inter-governmental Agreements) Order 1964 18
    (c) The Beer Duty Refunds (Inter-governmental Agreements) Order 1964 18
    (d) The Sales Tax Exemption Order 1961, Amendment No. 5 19
  6. Nigeria 20
      The Customs Tariff (Duties and Exemptions) (No. 7) Order, 1964  
  7. Romania 21
      Decision No. 582 of the Council of Ministers establishing a Tariff of Consular Taxes  
Chapter II. Treaty provisions concerning the legal status of the United Nations and related inter-governmental organizations  View PDF file
A. Treaty provisions concerning the legal status of the United Nations  
  1. Convention on the Privileges and Immunities of the United Nations. Approved by the General Assembly of the United Nations on 13 February 1946 22
  2. Agreements relating to conferences, seminars and similar bodies  
    (a) Agreement between the United Nations and the Government of Yugoslavia concerning the arrangements for the 1965 World Population Conference. Signed at New York on 27 February 1964 22
    (b) Agreement between the United Nations and the Government of the Philippines regarding the arrangements for the fourth United Nations Regional Cartographic Conference for Asia and the Far East, signed at New York on 15 September 1964 24
    (c) Agreement between the United Nations and the Government of Austria regarding the arrangements for the United Nations Technical Assistance Committee. Signed at Geneva on 11 June 1964 25
    (d) Agreement between the United Nations and the Government of the Netherlands regarding the privileges and immunities to be applied to the Twelfth Session of the Governing Body of the Special Fund. Signed at Geneva on 27 May 1964 26
    (e) Agreement between the United Nations and the Government of Afghanistan relating to a seminar on human rights in developing countries. Signed at New York on 28 April 1964 26
    (f) Agreement between the United Nations and the Government of Togo relating to a seminar on the status of women in family law. Signed at Lomé on 3 July 1964 27
    (g) Agreement between the United Nations and the Government of Italy relating to a seminar on freedom of information. Signed at New York on 18 March 1964 27
    (h) Agreement between the United Nations and the Government of India concerning the Demographic Training and Research Centre, Chembur, Bombay. Signed at New Delhi on 20 and 25 November 1964 28
  3. Agreements relating to the United Nations Children's Fund: revised model Agreement concerning the activities of UNICEF 28
    (a) Agreements between UNICEF and the Governments of Burundi, Dahomey, Malaysia, Niger, Rwanda and Senegal concerning the activities of UNICEF in these countries. Signed respectively at Bujumbura on 8 January 1964, at Porto Novo on 18 July 1963 and at New York on 28 August 1963, at Bangkok on 4 June 1964 and at Kuala Lumpur on 1 July 1964, at Niamey on 5 December 1962 and at Abidjan on 21 December 1962, at Kigali on 22 June 1964 and at Kampala on 11 September 1964, and at Dakar on 22 January 1964 28
    (b) Agreement between UNICEF and the Government of Jamaica concerning the activities of UNICEF. Signed at Kingston on 19 May 1964 28
    (c) Agreement between UNICEF and the Government of the Republic of China concerning the activities of UNICEF. Signed at Bangkok on 8 April 1964 and at Taipei on 12 May 1964 28
  4. Agreements relating to technical assistance: model revised Standard Agreement concerning technical assistance 29
    (a) Agreements between the United Nations, the ILO, FAO, UNESCO, ICAO, WHO, ITU, WMO, IAEA and UPU, and the Governments of Kenya, Libya, Malawi, Malta and Nigeria concerning technical assistance. Signed respectively at Nairobi on 11 November 1964, at Tripoli on 28 June 1964, at Zomba on 24 October 1964, at New York on 15 December 1964, and at Lagos on 23 June 1964 29
    (b) Agreement between the United Nations, the ILO, FAO, UNESCO, ICAO, WHO, ITU, WMO, IAEA and UPU, and the Government of the Dominican Republic concerning technical assistance. Signed at Santo Domingo on 20 February 1964 29
    (c) Agreement between the United Nations, the ILO, UNESCO, ICAO, WHO, ITU, WMO, IAEA and UPU, and the Government of Costa Rica concerning technical assistance. Signed at San José on 27 August 1963 30
    (d) Agreement between the United Nations, the ILO, FAO, UNESCO, WHO, ITU, WMO, IAEA and UPU, and the Government of Guatemala concerning technical assistance. Signed at Guatemala on 28 January 1964 30
    (e) Exchange of letters constituting an agreement amending the Revised Standard Agreement of 28 January 1961 between the United Nations, the ILO, FAO, UNESCO, WHO, ITU, WMO and IAEA, and the Government of Somalia concerning technical assistance. New York, 25 May 1964 and Mogadiscio, 9 June 1964 30
    (f) Exchanges of letters constituting agreements amending, respectively, the Revised Standard Agreements of 24 May 1957,10 February 1956, 30 June- 15 July 1957 and 14 June 1955 between the United Nations, the ILO, FAO, UNESCO, ICAO, WHO, ITU and WMO, and the Governments of Ghana, Greece, Israel and Jordan concerning technical assistance. New York, 13 January 1964 and Accra, 18 February 1964 ; New York, 8 October 1963 and Athens, 2 December 1964 ; New York, 6 March 1964 and Jerusalem, 14 May 1964; New York, 9 July 1964 and Amman, 3 August 1964 30
  5. Agreements relating to the Special Fund: model Agreement concerning assistance from the Special Fund 31
    (a) Agreements between the United Nations Special Fund and the Governments of Iceland, Ireland, Kenya, Malawi, Malta, the Netherlands, Romania and Rwanda concerning assistance from the Special Fund. Signed respectively at New York on 10 July 1964, at New York on 3 June 1964, at New York on 1 October 1964, at Zomba on 24 October 1964, at New York on 15 December 1964, at New York on 24 May 1963, at Bucharest on 24 October 1964, and at New York on 18 March 1964 31
    (b) Agreement between the United Nations Special Fund and the Government of Australia concerning assistance from the Special Fund for a project of research on the control of the coconut rhinoceros beetle. Signed at New York on 30 September 1964 31
  6 Agreements for the provision of operational, executive and administrative personnel: model Agreement 33
      Agreements between the United Nations and the Governments of Algeria, Kenya, Morocco, Sierra Leone and Upper Volta for the provision of operational, executive and administrative personnel. Signed respectively at Algiers on 23 September 1964, at New York on 1 October 1964, at New York on 3 March 1964, at Freetown on 19 February 1964, and at New York on 26 February 1964 34
  7. Exchange of letters (with general directive) constituting an Agreement between the United Nations and the Government of Pakistan concerning the United Nations Security Force in West New Guinea (West Irian). New York, 6 December 1962 and 18 April 1963 34
  8 Exchange of letters constituting an Agreement between the United Nations and the Government of Cyprus concerning the status of the United Nations Peace-Keeping Force in Cyprus. New York, 31 March 1964 40
  9. Exchanges of letters constituting Agreements between the United Nations and the Governments of Cyprus, Greece, Turkey and the United Kingdom concerning the privileges, immunities, exemptions and facilities to be accorded to the United Nations Mediator and his staff. New York, 27 and 30 March 1964; New York, 27 and 30 March 1964; New York, 27 March 1964 and Ankara, 31 March 1964; New York, 27 March and 2 April 1964 51
B. Treaty provisions concerning the legal status of the inter-governmental organizations related to the United Nations  
  1. Convention on the Privileges and Immunities of the specialized agencies. Adopted by the General Assembly of the United Nations on 21 November 1947 52
  2. International Labour Organisation  
    (a) Agreement between the Government of Ethiopia and the ILO concerning the establishment of an office of the ILO in Addis Ababa. Signed at Addis Ababa on 10 December 1964 53
    (b) Agreement between the Government of Uruguay and the ILO concerning the establishment of an Inter-American Vocational Training Research and Documentation Centre. Signed at Montevideo on 16 December 1963 56
  3. United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization  
    (a) Agreement on co-operation between the African Institute of Economic Development and Planning and UNESCO. Signed at Paris on 7 February 1964 and at Dakar on 6 March 1964 56
    (b) Agreement between the Government of the Ivory Coast and UNESCO concerning the Regional Conference on the Planning and Organization of Literacy Programmes in Africa and the Conference of Ministers of Education of African Countries. Signed at Paris on 17 January 1964 56
    (c) Letter constituting an agreement between the Government of France and UNESCO concerning the organization of the International Conference on Youth (Grenoble, 23 August-l September 1964). Signed at Paris on 7 and 29 February 1964 57
    (d) Agreement between the Government of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and UNESCO concerning an inter-disciplinary meeting of experts on the biological aspects of racial issue (Moscow, 12-18 August 1964). Signed at Paris on 30 April and 8 June 1964 57
    (e) Agreement between the Government of the United Arab Republic and UNESCO concerning the Regional Conference on the Planning and Organization of Literacy Programmes in the Arab States (Alexandria, 10-18 October 1964). Signed at Paris on 18 March 1964 and at Cairo on 1 June 1964 57
    (f) Agreement between the Government of Nigeria and UNESCO concerning the Conference on Research and Training related to Natural Resources in Africa (28 July-6 August 1964). Signed at Paris on 15 April 1964 and at Lagos on 13 May 1964 58
    (g) Agreement between the Government of Ghana and UNESCO concerning the Meeting of Directors of Educational Documentation Centres, Educational Research Institutes and Audio-Visual Services in Africa. Signed at Paris on 28 April 1964 58
    (h) Agreement between the Government of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and UNESCO concerning the meeting of a joint group of experts on Photosynthetic Radiant Energy. Signed at Paris on 30 July 1964 and at Moscow on 7 August 1964 58
    (i) Agreement between the Government of Japan and UNESCO concerning the Regional Training Course in Theoretical and Applied Electronics. Signed at Paris on 10 September 1964 and at Tokyo on 7 October 1964 59
  4. International Atomic Energy Agency  
    (a) Agreement on the Privileges and Immunities of the International Atomic Energy Agency. Approved by the Board of Governors of the Agency on 1 July 1959 59
    (b) Agreement between the lAEA and the Government of Italy concerning the establishment of an international centre for theoretical physics at Trieste. Rome, 11 October 1963 59
    (c) Nordic mutual emergency assistance agreement in connection with radiation accidents concluded between the IAEA and the Governments of Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden. Signed at Vienna on 17 October 1963 61
    (d) Agreement between the IAEA and the Government of Argentina for assistance by the IAEA to Argentina in establishing a research and isotope production reactor project. Signed at Vienna on 2 December 1964 62

Part Two. Legal activities of the United Nations and related intergovernmental organizations

Chapter III. Selected decisions, recommendations and reports of a legal character by the United Nations and related inter-governmental organizations  View PDF file
A. Decisions, recommendations and reports of a legal characted by the United Nations  
  1. General Assembly (nineteenth session)-Consideration of Principles of International Law concerning Friendly Relations and Co-operation among States in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations  
      Report of the Special Committee on Principles of International Law concerning Friendly Relations and Co-operation among States 65
  2. Aide-Memoire concerning some questions relating to the function and operation of the United Nations Peace-Keeping Force in Cyprus 174
  3. Regulations for the United Nations Force in Cyprus 177
B. Decisions, recommendations and reports of a legal characted by inter-governmental organizations related to the United Nations  
  1. Universal Postal Union  
    Decisions of a legal character adopted by the XVth Universal Postal Congress (Vienna, 1964)  
    (a) Resolution C 16-Juridical guarantees for officials of the International Bureau 184
    (b) Resolution C 22-Immediate application of provisions adopted by the Vienna Congress relating to the Executive Council (EC) and to the Management Council of the Consultative Committee for Postal Studies (CCPS) 184
  2. International Atomic Energy Agency  
    Standing Committee on Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage  
    (a) Territorial scope of the Vienna Convention on Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage: Note by the Secretariat 185
    (b) Nuclear instaIIations operated by an international organization-Provisional note by the Secretariat 190
Chapter IV. Treaties concerning international law concluded under the auspices of the United Nations and related inter-governmental organizations  View PDF file
  1. Universal Postal Union  
      Constitution of the Universal Postal Union 195
  2. Inter-Governmental Maritime Consultative Organization  
      Consideration of proposed amendments to Articles 17, 18 and 28 of the IMCO Convention: Resolution A. 69 (ES. II) adopted on 15 September 1964 at the second extraordinary session of the Assembly 202
Chapter V. Decisions of administrative tribunals of the United Nations and related inter-governmental organizations  View PDF file
A. Decisions of the Administrative Tribunal of the United Nations  
  1. Judgement No. 91 (8 May 1964): Miss Y. v. Secretary-General of the United Nations  
      Termination of a permanent appointment for reasons of health-Staff Regulation 9.1 (a) 204
  2. Judgement No. 92 (16 November 1964): Higgins v. Secretary-General of the Inter-Governmental Maritime Consultative Organization  
      Legal elements of secondment-Modification of the tenns of secondment is not within the sole discretion of the organizations concerned-Despite the absence of a letter of appointment, the seconded official's position in the receiving organization is analogous to that of a staff member with a fixed-term appointment-Staff Rule 104.3 (b)-Procedure for a valid termination of secondment-Staff Regulation 9-Denial of due process -Compensation in lieu of specific performance 205
B. Decisions of the Administrative Tribunal of the International Labour Organisation  
  1. Judgement No. 68 (11 September 1964): Pelletier v. United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization  
      Access to the Tribunal by an employee of a non-governmental organization which maintains service contracts with UNESCO-Article II, paragraphs 5 and 6, of the Statute of the Tribunal 207
  2. Judgement No. 69 (II September 1964); Kissaun v. World Health Organization  
      Quashing of a decision not to confirm an appointment at the end of the probationary period-Official's right to be heard before a decision to his detriment is taken-Articles 430.2, 430.3, 430,4 and 440 of the Staff Rules 208
  3. Judgement No. 70 (11 September 1964): Jurado v. International Labour Organisation  
      Competence of the Tribunal-Article II of the Statute-Official's rights to immunity from jurisdiction in Switzerland and to "diplomatic protection" in the matter of his private affairs-Claims against alleged infringement of articles 1.2, 1.7, 7.5 and 7.6 of the Staff Regulations dismissed 209
  4. Judgement No. 71 (11 September 1964): Silenzi de Stagni v. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations  
      Access to the Tribunal-Article II, paragraphs 5 and 6, of the StatuteLetters sent to a candidate for a vacant post prior to the receipt of his personal history do not constitute a firm offer 212
  5. Judgement No. 72 (11 September 1964): de Beitia and Chadburn v. World Health Organization  
      Reclassification of posts-Claim for the back pay for the intervening period 213
  6. Judgement No. 73 (II September 1964); Palmer and d'Alcantara v. World Health Organization  
      Reclassification of posts-Claim for the back pay for the intervening period 213
  7. Judgement No. 74 (11 September 1964): Rovira Armengol v. World Health Organization  
      Reclassification of post-Relief claimed by a former official 214
  8. Judgement No. 75 (11 September 1964): Privitera v. World Health Organization  
      Competence of the Tribunal-Article 11, paragraph 5, of the Statute-Legal status of a "medical officer" holding a contract for a temporary and exceptional mission in the Congo (Leopoldville) 214
  9. Order No. 76 (11 September 1964): L'Eveque v. International Telecommunication Union  
      Decision to order measures of investigation-Article 11 of the Rules of Court of the Tribunal 214
  10. Judgement No. 77 (I December 1964): Rebeck v. World Health Organization  
      Arbitration of a dispute between WHO and a physician recruited for service in the Congo (Leopoldville)-Interpretlltion of contracts of international organizations-Alleged violations and non-renewal of a one-year contract -Compensation for extra-contractual duties 215
  11. Judgement No. 78 (I December 1964): Pilleboue v. United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization  
      Competence of the Tribunal-Article II of the Statute- Alleged irregularity of the elections held by the Staff Association-Director-General's refusal to invalidate the elections 216
  12. Judgement No. 79 (l December 1964): Giannini v. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations  
      Summary dismissal for serious misconduct alleged to be ascribable to the complainant's mental condition-Article 10, paragraph 2, of the Staff Regulations 217
Chapter VI. Selected legal opinions of the Secretariat of the United Nations and related inter-governmental organizations  View PDF file
A. Legal opinions of the Secretariat of the United Nations  
  1. Transit, to and from the United Nations Headquarters or major offices, of persons invited by the United Nations-Effect of extradition treaties between host States and other States 219
  2. Exemption of the United Nations from stamp taxes-Interpretation of Article 105 of the Charter and of sections 7 and 8 of the Convention on the Privileges and Immunities of the United Nations 220
  3. Exemption of United Nations official vehicles from a tax on circulation--Question whether this tax is a direct or an indirect tax for the purposes of section 7 (a) of the Convention on the Privileges and Immunities of the United Nations 221
  4. Legal capacity of the United Nations and authority for purchase of premises in New York City 222
  5. Place of arbitration of disputes arising out of United Nations contracts 223
  6. Protection of United Nations cultural property in the event of armed conflict--Applicability to the United Nations of the Convention of 14 May 1954 for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict 224
  7. Question of issuance of credentials by Permanent Representatives to the United Nations--Rule 27 of the rules of procedure of the General Assembly 225
  8. Members of a Permanent Mission to an international organization not having the nationality of the sending State and practising a commercial activity--Nature of credentials of Permanent Missions 226
  9. Exemption from taxation of real property leased by a Permanent Mission to the United Nations--Effect of a provision in the lease by which the tenant undertakes to pay part of the tax assessed against the owner--Article 23, paragraph 2, of the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations 227
  10. Practice of the United Nations as regards the consideration of the same questions by the Security Council and the General Assembly 228
  11. United Nations Conference on Trade and Development-Question of participation by States which are not Members of the United Nations or members of the specialized agencies or of the International Atomic Energy Agency 237
  12. United Nations Conference on Trade and Development-Question whether the Conference would be competent to invite an inter-governmental organization not invited by the Economic and Social Council 239
  13. United Nations Conference on Trade and Development-Question whether the Conference would be competent to invite non-governmental organizations not in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council 240
  14. Position of Luxembourg in relation to the 1962 International Coffee Agreement- Accession by Belgium extending to Luxembourg by virtue of article 5 of the Convention of 25 July 1921 for the Establishment of an Economic Union between Belgium and Luxembourg 241
  15. Position of Luxembourg in relation to the 1963 International Olive Oil Agreement-Signature by Belgium on behalf of the Belgo-Luxembourg Economic Union 243
  16. Extension of the 1962 International Wheat Agreement-Question whether the amending procedure or a separate protocol should be used 244
  17. Question of accession of Southern Rhodesia to the 1963 Protocol for the Prolongation of the International Sugar Agreement of 1958 245
  18. Replacement of the Convention of 27 November 1925 regarding the Measurement of Vessels employed in Inland Navigation by a new convention 247
  19. Question whether the instruments of ratification of the amendments to the Charter provided in Articles 108 and 109 thereof should be deposited with the Secretary-General or with the Government of the United States of America as the depository of the original text of the Charter 249
  20. Certain aspects of the depositary practice of the Secretary-General in respect of constituent instruments of international organizations 249
  21. Procedure for the correction of errors in one of the authentic texts of the 1962 International Coffee Agreement 251
  22. Plant Protection Agreement of 27 February 1956 for the South East Asia and Pacific Region-Participation of the Netherlands with respect to West New Guinea-Procedure for the termination of the Agreement in respect of the Netherlands 254
  23. Principles governing recruitment to the Secretariat of the United Nations - Interpretation of Article 100 and Article 101, paragraph 1, of the Charter 256
  24. Oath of secrecy required from United Nations technical assistance experts by the Government of a Member State 260
  25. Status of military observers serving with a United Nations mission 261
  26. Immunity from legal process of United Nations officials acting in their official capacity-Sections 18 (a), 20 and 29 (b) of the Convention on the Privileges and Immunities of the United Nations 263
  27. Privileges and immunities of United Nations officials who are nationals or residents of the local State-Privileges and inununities of clerical staff-Interpretation of section 17 of the Convention on the Privileges and Immunities of the United Nations 264
  28. Sale on the local market of goods originally imported duty-free by United Nations officials 265
  29. Juridical standing of the specialized agencies with regard to reservations to the Convention on the Privileges and Immunities of the Specialized AgenciesRequirement of their consent to such reservations 266
B. Legal opinions of the secretariat of inter-governmental organizations related to the United Nations  
  1. International Labour Office 268
  2. International Bureau of the Universal Postal Union  
      Legal aspects of the Acts of the XVth Universal Postal Congress (Vienna, 1964)-Reservations to the Acts- Form of powers of representatives to Congresses 269

Part Three. Judicial decisions on questions relating to the United Nations and related intergovernmental organizations

Chapter VII. Decisions of international tribunals View PDF file
Chapter VIII. Decisions of national tribunals  View PDF file
  1. Austria  
    Highest Court, Austria  
      Evangelical Church (Augsburg and Helvetic Confessions) v. Official of the IAEA: Judgement of 27 February 1964  
      Church dues are not taxes, but obligations under civil law-Article XV, section 38, of the Agreement regarding the Headquarters of the IAEA therefore does not grant exemption from the payment of church dues 274
  2. United States of America  
    Westchester County Court  
      Matter of foreclosure of tax liens by City of New Rochelle v. Republics of Ghana, Indonesia and Liberia: Judgement of 16 December 1964  
      Jurisdiction over proceedings to foreclose tax liens on residences of foreign representatives to the United Nations-Court declined to exercice jurisdiction 275

Part Four. Legal documents index and bibliography of the United Nations and related intergovernmental organizations

Chapter IX. Legal documents index of the United Nations and related inter- governmental organizations  View PDF file
A. Legal documents index of the United Nations  
  I. General Assembly and subsidiary organs  
    1. Plenary General Assembly and Main Committees  
      Document of legal interest 280
    2. United Nations Conciliation Commission for Palestine  
      Document of legal interest 281
    3. Executive Committee of the Programme of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees  
      Document of legal interest 282
    4. Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space  
      Documents relating to agenda items of legal interest (sixth session)  
      General debate (agenda item 2) and report of the Legal Sub-Committee on the work of its third session (agenda item 5) 282
    5. Special Committee on the Situation with Regard to the Implementation of the Declaration on the Granting of Independence to Colonial Countries and Peoples  
      Document of legal interest 283
    6. Committee for the International Co-operation Year  
      Document of legal interest 283
    7. Special Committee on Principles of International Law concerning Friendly Relations and Co-operation among States  
      Documents relating to agenda items of legal interest  
      Consideration of principles of international law concerning friendly relations and co-operation among States in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations (agenda item 6). 283
    8. International Law Commission  
    (A) Documents relating to agenda items of legal interest (sixteenth session)  284
    (B) Other documents of legal interest 285
    9. United Nations Conference on Consular Relations (Vienna, 1963)  
      Documents of legal interest 285
  II. Security Council and subsidiary organs  
      Security Council  
      Documents of legal interest 285
  II. Economic and Social Council and subsidiary organs  
    1. Economic and Social Council and sessional Committees  
    (A) Documents relating to agenda items of legal interest (thirty-seventh session)  285
      (1) The role of patents in the transfer of technology to underdeveloped countries (agenda item 13) 285
      (2) Question of procedures for the revision of the Convention on Road Traffic and of the Protocol on Road Signs and Signals, done at Geneva, 19 September 1949 (agenda item 25) 285
      (3) Report of the Commission on Human Rights (agenda item 27)) 286
      (4) Measures to implement the United Nations Declaration on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination (agenda item 28) 286
    (B) Other document of legal interest 286
    2. Commission on Human Rights  
    (A) Documents relating to agenda items of legal interest (twentieth session)  
      (1) Draft international convention on the elimination of all forms of racial discrimination (agenda item 3) 287
      (2) Draft declaration and draft convention on the elimination of all forms of religious intolerance (agenda item 4) 288
      (3) Designation of 1968 as International Year for Human Rights (agenda item 12) 288
    (B) Other document of legal interest 288
    3. Commission on the Status of Women  
      Documents of legal interest 289
    4. Commission on Narcotic Drugs  
      Documents of legal interest 289
    5. Economic Commission for Asia and the Far East  
      Document of legal interest 289
    6. Economic Commission for Africa  
      Documents of legal interest 289
    7. United Nations Conference for the Adoption of a Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs (New York, 1961)  
      Documents of legal interest 290
    8. United Nations Conference on Olive Oil (Geneva, 1963)  
      Document of legal interest 290
    9. United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (Geneva, 1964)  
      Documents of legal interest 290
    10. United Nations Conference on International Travel and Tourism (Rome, 1963)  
      Documents of legal interest 290
  IV. Secretariat  
    1. Committee on the International Year for Human Rights 290
    2. Bureau of Technical Assistance Operations 291
    3. Bureau of Social Affairs 291
    4. Economic Commission for Europe 291
  V. United Nations Administrative Tribunal 291
  VI. International Court of Justice  
    1. General 291
    2. Reports of Judgements, Advisory Opinions and Orders 291
    3. Pleadings, Oral Arguments, Documents 292
B. Legal documents index of the inter-governmental organizations related to the United Nations  
  I. International Labour Organisation  
    (A) Representative organs  
      (1) International Labour Conventions and recommendations adopted in 1964  292
      (2) Conventions and Recommendations adopted in 1964  296
      (3) Standing Orders Questions  297
    (B) Quasi-judicial bodies and committees of experts  
      (1) Reports of the Governing Body Committee on Freedom of Association 297
      (2) Report of the Committee of Experts on the Application of Conventions and Recommendations 298
  II. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations  
    (A) Agreements and Arrangements with Inter-Governmental Organizations 298
    (B) Documents concerning proposed or existing Agreements under the auspices of FAO 298
    (C) Statutes and rules of procedure of bodies established under Article VI of the FAO Constitution 298
    (D) Constitutional questions 299
    (E) Legistation and comparative studies 299
  III. United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization 299
    (A) Constitutional questions 299
    (B) Agreements with other organizations 300
    (C) Procedural questions 300
    (D) Conventions and recommendations 301
    (E) Institutes, centres and other bodies 303
    (F) Others 303
  IV. International Civil Aviation Organization  
    (1) Trilingual text of the Convention on International Civil Aviation 304
    (2) Proposed preparation of a Repertory of Practice of the Assembly, the Council and other organs in relation to the Convention on International Civil Aviation 304
    (3) Membership in ICAO of the United Republic of Tanganyika and Zanzibar 305
    (4) Proposed revision of the Convention on Damage Caused by Foreign Aircraft to Third Parties on the Surface (Rome, 7 October 1952) 305
    (5) Legal Committee-Fifteenth session, 1-19 September 1964 306
    (6) Draft Convention on Aerial Collisions 306
    (7) Liability of Air Traffic Control Agencies 306
    (8) Resolution B of the Guadalajara Conference (problems affecting the regulation and enforcement of air safety experienced by certain States when an aircraft registered in one State is operated by an operator belonging to another State) 306
    (9) Problems concerning charter on a barehull basis 307
    (10) Nationality and registration of aircraft operated by international agencies 307
    (11) Organization and working methods of the Legal Committee 307
    (12) Rules of Procedure  
      (a) Status of observers at ICAO meetings 307
      (b) Participation of the International Air Transport Association and the Federation Aeronautique Internationale in meetings of subsidiary bodies of the Council 308
    (13) Privileges, immunities and facilities 308
  V. International Atomic Energy Agency  
    (1) Statute and membership of the Agency 308
    (2) Internal regulations on procedural and administrative questions 308
    (3) International Conventions 309
    (4) Other decisions and documents 309
Chapter X. Legal bibliography of the United Nations and related inter-governmental organizations  View PDF file
A. International organizations in general  
  1. General 310
  2. Particular questions 311
B. United Nations  
  1. General 312
  2. Particular organs  
      Administrative tribunal 313
      Economic Commission for Europe 313
      General Assembly 314
      International Court of Justice 314
      Secretariat 316
      Security Council 316
      United Nations Forces 317
      United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East 317
  3. Particular questions or activities  
      Consular Relations 318
      Diplomatic relations 318
      Disarmament 319
      Domestic jurisdiction 319
      Financing 319
      Foreign arbitral awards 320
      Friendly relations and co-operation among States 321
      Human rights 322
      International criminal law 323
      International waterways 323
      Law of the sea 324
      Law of treaties 325
      Membership and representation 325
      Narcotic drugs 325
      Non-governmental organizations 326
      Non-self governing territories 326
      Outer space 326
      Peace-keeping 328
      Permanent sovereignty over natural resources 329
      Political and security questions 329
      Privileges and immunities 330
      Progressive development and codification of international law (in general) 330
      Public administration 331
      Refugees 331
      Rule of law 331
      Self-determination 331
      State responsibility 332
      State succession 332
      Statelessness 332
      Trusteeship 332
      Use of force 332
C. Inter-governmental organizations related to the United Nations  
  1. General 332
  2. Particular organizations  
      Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations 333
      General Agreement on Tariffs and Trades 333
      Inter-Governmental Maritime Consultative Organization 333
      International Atomic Energy Agency 333
      International Civil Aviation Organization 334
      International Labour Organization 335
      International Monetary Fund 335
      International Telecommunication Union 336
      United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization 336
      Universal Postal Union 337
      World Health Organization 337