There are several policy documents that incorporate the UN Standards of Conduct. Some apply to all UN personnel, and others have been developed for specific categories of personnel, for example, civilian, military and police personnel.
Civilian personnel (UN staff members, UN Volunteers, consultants, contractors)
- UN Staff Regulations and Rules
- UN Financial Rules and Regulations
- Secretary-General’s Bulletin on Status, basic rights and duties of UN staff members
- Secretary-General’s Bulletin on Special measures for protection from sexual exploitation and sexual abuse
- Secretary-General’s bulletin on Addressing discrimination, harassment, including sexual harassment, and abuse of authority
- Other administrative issuances, including on the use of information and communication technology
Uniformed personnel (military and police)
- Revised draft model Memorandum of Understanding between the UN and Troop Contributing Countries, incorporating the annex “We are the UN Peacekeeping Personnel"
- Secretary-General’s Bulletin on Regulations Governing the Status, Basic Rights and Duties of Officials other than Secretariat Officials, and Experts on Mission
- Secretary-General’s Bulletin on Observance by United Nations forces of international humanitarian law
- Directives for Disciplinary Matters involving Civilian Police Officers and Military Observers
- Ten Rules/Code of Personal Conduct for Blue Helmets
- Other Administrative Issuances, including use of information and communication technology
In addition, several missions have developed mission-specific codes of conduct.