This report summarizes discussions held on: the state of the world; the socio-economic implications of the Fourth Industrial Revolution on the implementation of the 2030 Agenda; and fostering innovation in the United Nations system. The Board also reviewed measures to further advance gender party, and discussed progress in addressing sexual harassment, exploitation and abuse, issuing a joint statement on the subject. Finally, the Board endorsed the reports of the Board's Committees: HLCM (35th session) and HLCP (35th session).
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Conclusions of the Thirtieth Session of the High Level Committee on Management (London, 5-6 October 2015). Issues discussed included: Thematic discussion: UN system’s Operational fit for the new Sustainable Development Agenda; Workforce Matters: Outcome of the ICSC Review of the UN system compensation package & ICSC recommendation regarding Mandatory Age of Separation for current staff, Special measures for protection from sexual exploitation and sexual abuse, Safety and security issues for UN staff – Duty of Care; Re-designing and Innovating Business Models: ERP Inter-operability Study, UN system Data Catalog, System-wide semantic framework (XML) for document management, Progress report on the Secretary-General study on ASHI.
Issues discussed included: Security and safety of staff; Update on the work of the HLCP; The impact on management and programme of the changing relationship between regular and voluntary funding; Measures to improve system-wide mobility, Human resources issues; Information and communication technologies issues.