Security Council Reform: 68th Session

68th SESSION OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY

Draft Oral Decision on Security Council Reform
4 September 2014. On 7 September, Member States are expected to adopt a decision to continue the negotiations in the 69th session. The draft circulated by PGA Ashe resembles previous decisions and does not push for the Chair's recommendations of July 2014.

The Chair's Assessment on Security Council Reform Negotiations
On 9 July 2014, Ambassador Zahir Tanin's summary of the latest round of meetings was distributed, as well as his recommendations on how to move the process along.

Is there Momentum for Security Council Reform? What are the Obstacles?
Update, 31 May 2014

The Advisory Group's Non-Paper: Will it Facilitate Security Council reform?
On 12 and 16 December 2013, an informal meeting of the Intergovernmental Negotiations on Security Council reform took place, with the Non-Paper faxed to Member States just a few days earlier.

On 21 November 2013, the General Assembly Reacted to the Security Council's Annual Report (A/68/2)
The Annual Report of the Council was again discussed - independently from the general Security Council reform debate - as promoted by ACT.

Creation of Advisory Group on Security Council Reform to Provide Basis for Negotiations Unsurprisingly Meets Opposition
by Lydia Swart, 10 November 2013
Update on Security Council Reform: Creation of PGA’s Advisory Group and joint plenary meeting held on 7 and 8 November 2013

CURE's latest publication on Security Council Reform: Governing and Managing Change at the United Nations: Reform of the Security Council from 1945 to September 2013