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Repertoire of the Practice of the Security Council

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Tables, Graphs, and Other Data

This page provides links to tables on procedural and constitutional topics relating to the practice of the Security Council that were included in the volumes of the Repertoire in different periods. It also includes new tables, graphs and other data sets that provide information over larger periods spanning multiple volumes of the Repertoire. This section will be updated with new data sets and tables as they are completed. If there is information that you are interested in seeing presented here, please contact us.

Mandate table

Categorization of mandates of current peacekeeping and political missions, grouped under broad categories such as "coordination", "human rights", "rule of law".

Mandate tableExcel document

Cross-cutting issues research tables

Compilation of all provisions relating to specific cross-cutting issues contained in decisions adopted under country-specific and thematic items before the Security Council.

Women, peace and security (WPS)Excel document

Children and armed conflict (CAAC)Excel document

Protection of civilians in armed conflict (POC)Excel document

Highlights of Security Council Practice

Key highlights and statistics of the evolving practice of the Security Council such as meetings, decisions, newly introduced agenda items, voting patterns, subsidiary bodies established or terminated.

2011PDF document

2012PDF document

2013PDF document

2014PDF document
2015 (interactive) 2015PDF document


Key documents

Charter of the United Nations

Provisional Rules of Procedures

Notes by the President of the Security Council

Summary statements by the Secretary-General of matters of which the Security Council is seized


Meetings and consultations
Meetings held away from Headquarters
All Agenda items by first appearance
Resolutions adopted under Chapter VII of the Charter

Security Council members


By Year


By Country


Other useful sources of information on the Security Council can be found on the Security Council main page and in the Dag Hammarskjold Library.


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