New Zealand Embassy Manila, The Philippines

The United Nations Handbook 2009–2010 is now available

Wednesday, 16/9/09

The United Nations Handbook 2009–2010 can be purchased at the New Zealand Embassy in Manila or by mail. Now in its 47th year of publication, the United Nations Handbook remains the only comprehensive printed guide to the United Nations system and how it works. The handbook summarises all United Nations organisations and provides essential information about their aims, structures and membership.

This unique publication is widely used by those working in the United Nations system, from diplomats on the negotiating floor to international civil servants and non-governmental organisations. It is also an invaluable resource for journalists, business, libraries, academics, schools, and members of the public.

The Handbook is published by New Zealand’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade. It symbolises New Zealand’s long-standing and practical commitment to the United Nations.

The price of this 412-page book is 950 pesos including postage. Payment must accompany your order.

Please provide the details below and send them with your payment to:

New Zealand Embassy
23rd floor, BPI Buendia Center
Senator Gil Puyat Avenue, Makati City
PO Box 3228
MCPO, 1272 Makati City

Tel: (02) 891 5358
Fax: (02) 891 5356


Please send me ____ copies of the 2009/10 United Nations Handbook.

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