UN Documents for Peacebuilding (including the PBC): Security Council Meeting Records

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4 August 2008 S/PV.5948 This was the meeting resulting in the adoption of resolution 1829 establishing UNIPSIL.
22 May 2008 S/PV.5897 This meeting included a briefing to the Security Council by the chairman of the Burundi configuration of the PBC on his visit to the country that month.
20 May 2008 S/PV.5895 This was a Council open debate on post-conflict peacebuilding.
20 May 2008 S/PV.5895 (Resumption 1) This was the resumption of a Council open debate on post-conflict peacebuilding.
7 May 2008 S/PV.5887 This was a briefing on the Secretary-General's report on Sierra Leone by the Secretariat and on the work of the PBC Sierra Leone country configuration by Ambassador Frank Majoor (The Netherlands), the chair of the Sierra Leone country configuration of the PBC.
26 March 2008 S/PV.5860 This was a briefing to the Council on developments in Guinea-Bissau and PBC activities relating to the country.
14 December 2007 S/PV.5804 This was a briefing on Sierra Leone by Ambassador Frank Majoor (The Netherlands), the chair of the Sierra Leone country configuration of the PBC.
17 October 2007 S/PV.5761 This was the Council open debate on the PBC’s first annual report.
31 January 2007 S/PV.5627 This was the Security Council open debate on peacebuilding including a statement by Carolyn McAskie, Assistant Secretary-General for Peacebuilding Support.
31 January 2007 S/PV.5627 (Resumption 1) This was the resumption of the Council debate on the PBC.
22 December 2006 S/PV.5608 This was a meeting in which the Council adopted resolution 1734 extending the mandate of the UN Integrated Office in Sierra Leone, and during which Franck Majoor, the chair of the Sierra Leone configuration of the PBC, addressed the Council.
20 December 2005 S/PV.5335 This was the record of the adoption of resolutions 1645 and 1646.
5 February 2001 S/PV.4272 This was a Council debate on comprehensive approaches to peacebuilding.