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VISIT THE UN BOOKSHOP

The United Nations Bookshop at UN Headquarters in New York is located in the Visitors Concourse in the General Assembly Building. It serves UN staff, delegates and the general public with the latest books published by and about the United Nations, as well as responsibly sourced merchandise.  All proceeds from sales support the work of the Organization.

 

 Phone: 1-212-963-7680
 Email: bookshop@un.org

 Mailing Address:
 United Nations Bookshop
 GA-1B-103
 New York, NY 10017
 USA 

Hours:
9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (Monday - Friday)
9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (Saturday - Sunday)

 


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MERCHANDISE CATALOGUE


HOW TO ORDER:
All merchandise in this catalogue can be purchased at the United Nations Bookshop, located in the concourse level of the General Assembly building at UN Headquarters in New York, accessible through the visitor’s entrance at 1st Avenue & 46th Street. Orders can also be placed by phone (1-212-963-7680) or email (bookshop@un.org). Please find the order form here to help facilitate orders by email. Items purchased are not for resale.

 


MEET THE AUTHOR EVENT

Tuesday, 17 September 2019
1:00pm - 2:00pm
MEET THE AUTHORS: Prepare for the GA by honing your negotiation skills!

The United Nations Bookshop invites you to a discussion with the authors, Rebecca E. Webber Gaudiosi, Jimena Leiva-Roesch and Ye-Min Wu.

Negotiating at the United Nations: A Practitioner's Guide This tool for negotiators at any level will help you explore the dynamics of relationships and alliances, the art of chairing a negotiation, and the importance of balancing power asymmetries among many other practical aspects of negotiation at the UN. The authors also focus on the impact of information technologies and on what it means to be a woman negotiating at the UN. (Routledge) 

Rebecca E. Webber Gaudiosi represented the United States at the UN from 2006–14, focusing on the environment and sustainable development. 
Jimena Leiva-Roesch was a Counselor at the Permanent Mission of Guatemala to the UN, from 2009-15. She was the lead negotiator on the SDGs and climate change negotiations.
Ye-Min Wu worked at the Permanent Mission of Singapore to the UN, where she chaired UN negotiations and represented the G77 and China in negotiations on sustainable development. 


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Disclaimer - The opinions expressed by participants in UN Bookshop events are their own and do not necessarily reflect the views of the United Nations or its officials or Member States.

UN Bookshop events are open to United Nations pass holders and visitors. Visitors must register in person at the Visitors’ Check-in Office (801 First Avenue at 45th Street) before passing through UN Security screening (46th Street entrance to the main UN building). For those who can't attend the events in person, live streaming or recorded videos of events are available on the UN Publications Facebook page. For further information, please email us at bookshop@un.org