Un Reform from the Grassroots
Low Level Pane

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Who we are

The low level panel is a growing network of young professionals working in or alongside the UN system; we have banded together in recent months (on a voluntary basis) to propose a series of practical, “low level” recommendations to enhance the UN’s working practices.

The low level panel was created by two UN staff members in June 2004, and has grown to include over 70 people from all over the world, and from various UN departments and agencies. The panel also includes a number of professionals from the private and national public sectors.

Network members assembled in New York on 23-24 April 2005 for brainstorming on a series of practical recommendations in four areas: strengthening staff performance, information and knowledge management, procurement, and field-HQ coordination.

Network members aim to issue a 1st LLP report in January 2006.

Find out how you can get involved.