The indicative schedule of work is a general guide to the dates and times when items will be addressed during the session. The consideration of all items may be advanced, extended or delayed, depending on the requirements of the members of the Committee and any organizational constraints faced in the course of the session.
As a general rule, statements should not exceed 10 minutes. Delegates wishing to make a statement are requested to sign-up with the UNOOSA Secretariat that maintains the List of speakers. Statements (15 copies) should be provided to the conference officers in Board Room D in advance of their delivery to facilitate the work of the interpreters. If delegations wish to disseminate copies of statements and other informal papers at least 90 copies should be provided for distribution.
The documents, in-session documents and conference room papers, for the meetings are made available at the Documents Distribution Counter (pigeon holes) adjacent to the Board Room D as well as electronically.
The daily Journal sets forth the daily programme and other information related to the conduct of the sessions.
Should not exceed 15 minutes and should be closely linked to the agenda items of COPUOS and its Subcommittees. Their number is limited to a maximum of three presentations per meeting.
Making a presentation:
The sessions of COPUOS and its Subcommittees are accompanied by a variety of symposia, side-events and exhibitions, showcasing the benefits of space science and technology for the benefit of humanity.
Member States and observers of COPUOS, wishing to organize an exhibition or a side-event, should inform UNOOSA well ahead of the sessions.
Contact: Ms Sinead Harvey, email: Sinead.Harvey[at]unoosa.org
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