Coordinators of the 51st session

Designation of proposed coordinators for the 51st session.

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Programme Questions:

Consolidated Report of the Secretary-General on the changes to the biennial programme plan as reflected in the programme budget for the biennium 2010-2011 and the proposed programme budget for the biennium 2012-2013 (A/66/82)

  Programme 2: Political affairs
Mr. Felix A. DATUOWEI (Nigeria)
  Programme 7: UN Women
Mr. Chull-joo PARK (Republic of Korea)
  Programme 12: Human settlements
Mr. Hendrik O. van der WESTHUIZEN
 (South Africa)
  Programme 18: Economic and social development in Western Asia
Ms. Beatriz González Betancort(Spain)
(b) Evaluations: Office of Internal Oversight Services (OIOS) evaluation reports
  OIOS report: on strengthening the role of evaluation and the application of evaluation findings on programme design, delivery and policy (A/66/71) Mr. Álvaro CERIANI (Uruguay)
  OIOS report: evaluation of the Department of Economic and Social Affairs (E/AC.51/2011/2)
Mr. Sebastián MOLTENI (Argentina)TBD
  OIOS report: Triennial review of the implementation of recommendations made by the Committee for Programme and Coordination at its forty-eighth session on the in-depth evaluation of political affairs: field special political missions led by the Department of Political Affairs but supported by the Department of Field Support (E/AC.51/2011/3)

Mr. Igor KRASNOV (Belarus)



Coordination Questions

Report of the United Nations System Chief Executives Board for Coordination

  Annual overview report of the UN System CEB for Coordination for 2010/11 (E/2011/104)
Mr. Isi YANOUKA (Israel)
(b) New Partnership for Africa’s Development
  Report on the United Nations system support for NEPAD. (E/AC.51/2011/4)
Mr. Rashid BAYAT MOKHTARI (Iran)
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