Trust Fund

Available in all six official languages of the United Nations, the Repertoire enables Member States, including those elected to serve on the Security Council, to follow the evolving practice of the Council and to better understand the procedural and constitutional framework within which the Security Council operates. Recognizing the importance of the Repertoire, in December 2000 the General Assembly established the Trust Fund for Updating the Repertoire of the Practice of the Security Council - A/RES/54/106.

Financial contributions to the Trust Fund for Updating the Repertoire of the Practice of the Security Council and support to the Branch through the provision of Associate Experts are necessary for the Security Council Practices and Charter Research Branch to maintain an adequate level of personnel and continue to expedite its coverage of the contemporary practice of the Council through the timely completion of future Supplements to the Repertoire.

The voluntary contributions and support received to date from more than 20 Member States have enabled the Security Council Practices and Charter Research Branch to make substantial progress towards updating the Repertoire. Thank you!

For more information on how to make contributions to the Trust Fund, please contact us.

Contributions

The Security Council Practices and Charter Research Branch would like to thank the following countries for providing financial contributions to the Trust Fund for Updating the Repertoire of the Practice of the Security Council.

Albania Luxembourg
Angola Mexico
Argentina  New Zealand
Belarus Nigeria
Benin Pakistan
China Poland
Congo Portugal
Croatia Qatar
Finland Republic of Korea
France Russian Federation
Germany Singapore
Greece Switzerland
Ireland Turkey
Japan Ukraine
Libya* United Kingdom

Associate Experts

The Branch would also like to acknowledge the following sponsors of Associate Experts who have worked with the Branch to provide valuable support in the updating of the Repertoire:  

Belgium   Italy
China   Norway
Germany    Republic of Korea
 

  Switzerland

* On 16 September 2011, the National Transitional Council requested, via the Protocol and Liaison Service, that the form "Libya", previously not in use at the United Nations, replace both the earlier official and short forms (respectively, the Socialist People's Libyan Arab Jamahiriya and Libyan Arab Jamahiriya (the)).