The announced retirement in July of International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Director-General Yukiya Amano for unspecified medical reasons, followed shortly by the revelation of his
Will the UN General Assembly elect states with problematic human rights records to the Human Rights Council?
The Secretary General’s selection comes as a complete surprise, unknown to race observers
The Secretary General’s advisors have narrowed the possible candidates for Executive Director at UN Women to a shortlist.
Nominees from Africa, Europe and Asia are under consideration for Director General at the UN Industrial Development Organization
The Association for Women In Development (AWID) asked three of the four confirmed nominees their thoughts on UN Women and their candidacies
Closed slates for the seats to be filled this year mean little review of candidates’ contributions to international security
Nominations close on the UN Women’s Executive Director race and at least six candidates are rumored to be under consideration
Roberto Carvalho de Azevêdo’s selection to head the WTO weakens arguments against reforming the process at the IMF and World Bank.
Now that nominations are closed, what hurdles will Bokova, Farah and Maila face in campaigning for the top post at the cultural organization?
The race for UNESCO Director General heats up with the nomination of a third candidate, challenging incumbent Irina Bokova and Rachad Farah