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Our Team

Executive Board

UnASDG Regional Offices

International Affairs

Project Coordination

Please note

please note

Executive Board

The UnASDG Board is a group of executives who work together to discuss important issues related to the UnASDG. Members of the Board are the Executive President, the Vice President and the Head of the Diplomatic Council. They act as decision-makers and implement the binding agreements of the UNASDG. 
The person with decisive control in the UNASDG is exclusively the Executive President. If another member is authorized to sign on behalf of the UNASDG IGO, this must be done by an individual board resolution, which must be confirmed in writing directly by the Executive President. No other person or entity is authorized to enter into binding agreements, sign contracts or make commitments on behalf of the UNASDG IGO that have not been approved in writing by the Executive President.

Honorary Senate

The Honorary Senate consists of honorary members who have been nominated by UnASDG as honorary senators for their special services globally. 

Diplomatic Council

The UnASDG Diplomatic Council represents the UnASDG IGO at the international level and unites international diplomats and ambassadors, who meet to discuss important issues related to the implementation of the Sustainable Goals at the diplomatic level. Members of the Board are the Executive Director, the Secretary General, and the Deputy Secretary General. 
They act as decision makers of the Diplomatic Council and execute binding agreements concerning UnASDG or member countries at the Diplomatic Level. 
The Diplomatic Council is responsible for establishing the International Diplomatic Missions for Sustainable Development Goals in the countries. 

Ambassador - at - large / Special Ambassador

An "Ambassador-at-large" or a "Special Ambassador" is a person appointed to the UnASDG IBoard of Ambassadors. They are not employed by UnASDG, but act as independent advisors, directors or ambassadors to assist UnASDG in achieving initially the implementation of the UnASDG, the global recognition and the Sustainable Development Goals, defined by the United Nations. They participate in UnASDG policy-making and planning, and regularly monitor developments in their assigned State, region or segment on behalf of the UnASDG, to ensure that all activities are in the best interests of UnASDG and its affiliated monetary authority according to the defined goals of the United Nations and the Standard Funding and Implementation Rules of the UnASDG. They represent the UnASDG to States, institutions and other third parties, but are not authorized to sign any document or commitment, unless this is explicitly confirmed by the Executive President of the UnASDG Intergovernmental Organization. They report to the Executive Board and to the Senate.

Department of Finance 

A member of the Department of Finance has the same status as an Ambassador-at-large. The members are persons appointed to the UnASDG Department of Finance. They are not employed by UnASDG, but act as independent advisors, directors or ambassadors to assist UnASDG in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals set by the United Nations. They participate in UnASDG policy-making and planning, and regularly monitor and prepare financial developments globally, to ensure that all activities are in the best interests of UnASDG, the United Nations, Investors, Governments and further related structures. They represent the UnASDG to States, institutions and other third parties, but are not authorized to sign any document or commitment, unless this is explicitly confirmed by the Executive President of the UnASDG Intergovernmental Organization. They report to the Executive Board and to the Senate.

Financial-Action-Task Force

The Financial-Action-Task-Force (FATF) is responsible to handle the compliance and due diligence process with international auditing and security companies. The FATF is also responsible for financial investigations of all kinds, to report to high-level authorities and to implement the UnASDG on financial level in the Member States of the UN General Assembly with all relevant tasks and actions..

Regional Offices

The heads of the regional offices in the countries represent UnASDG in the recipient country. The regional offices are not authorized to conclude contracts or make binding commitments on behalf of UnASDG unless they are expressly authorized to do so by the President.

Action-Task Force

The Action-Task-Force (ATF) is different to the Financial-Action-Task-Force. The ATF is part of the Global Implementation Team (GIT) and assists in the achievement of the implementation of the sovereign intergovernmental Organization UnASDG into the 193 Member Countries of the United Nations. The Action-Task-Force shall work on the preparations to sign the Treaty between the State and the UNASDG to start all UnASDG activities in the States. The ATF is also responsible to assist the GIT in opening the Accounts in the Central- and/or National Bank of the State to move forward with related fundings by and with its affiliated monetary authority.

Ambassador-at-large
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