Chapter II. Treaty provisions concerning the legal status of the United Nations and related     inter-governmental organizations

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A. Treaty provisions concerning the legal status of the United Nations 1. Convention on the Privileges and Immunities of the United Nations. Adopted by the General Assembly of the United Nations on 13 February 1946 21 2. Agreements relating to conferences, seminars and similar bodies (a) Agreement between the United Nations and the Government of Austria regarding the arrangements for the Vienna Conference on Consular Relations. Signed at Vienna, on 29 January 1963 (b) Agreement between the United Nations and the Government of Italy regarding the arrangements for the United Nations Conference on International Travel and Tourism. Signed at Geneva, on 26 July 1963 (c) Agreement between the United Nations and the Government of the Congo (Leopoldville) concerning the holding of the fifth session of the Economic Commission for Africa and accompanying meetings. Signed at Leopoldville, on 26 December 1962, and at New York, on 11 January 1963 (d) Agreement between the United Nations and the Government of Australia relating to a seminar on the role of the police in the protection of human rights. Signed at Canberra, on 13 May 1963 (e) Agreement between the United Nations and the Government of Poland relating to the seminar on the rights of the child. Signed at New York, on 16 July 1963 (f) Agreement between the United Nations and the Government of Colombia relating to the seminar on the status of women in family law. Signed at Bogota and New York, on 27 August 1963 (g) Agreement between the United Nations and the Government of India concerning the Demographic Training and Research Centre, Chembur. Signed at New Delhi, on 20 and 27 December 1962 (h) Agreement between the United Nations and the Government of the United Arab Republic relating to the Establishment of a Regional Centre for Demographic Research and Training in Africa. Signed at New York, on 8 February 1963 3. Agreements relating to the United Nations Children's Fund: revised model Agreement concerning the activities of UNICEF 26 Agreements between UNICEF and the Governments of Tanganyika, Mauritania, Ethiopia, Trinidad and Tobago, Iran and Iraq concerning the activities of UNICEF in these countries. Signed respectively at Kampala on 27 July 1962 and Dar es Salaam on 25 January 1963, at New York on 4 December 1961 and Nouakchott on 19 January 1962, at Addis Ababa on 1 April 1963, at Port-of-Spain on 8 August 1963, at Tehran on 21 November 1963, and at Baghdad on 3 December 1963 27 4. Agreements relating to technical assistance: model revised Standard Agreement ... (see full summary)

 
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