What is the CEB? (Chief Executives Board for Coordination)
Last Updated: Mar 27, 2015
The United Nations Chief Executives Board (CEB) is the main body for UN system inter-agency collaboration on social, economic, and related issues. It was established in 1946 by E/RES/13 (III), and is comprised of 29 executive heads from various UN system funds, programmes, specialized agencies, and organizations.
Coordination Committee (1947-1948)
Administrative Committee on Coordination (1949-2000)
- Annual overview reports are submitted to the Economic and Social Council, thus document symbols begin with E/*
- Working documents have different document symbols based on what the body was known as:
- CO-ORD/* (1947-1948)
- ACC/* (1949-2000)
- CEB/* (2001-present)
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