The Board of Trustees
The Board of Trustees is the organisation's governing body. The Board formulates principles and policies to govern the organisation's activities and operations; approves the work programme; adopts the budget; reviews the structure and composition of staffing and performs other statutory functions, including considering the methods of financing the organisation with a view to ensuring the effectiveness of its future operations, their continuity and the organisation's autonomous character within the framework of the Trust Aims and Objectives and the UN Economic and Social Council.
The Board is composed of a highly diverse group of distinguished officials who are appointed by UNADAP's Board of Governors, in consultation with the Board of Trustees. Trustees are eligible for a maximum of two consecutive, four-year terms.
Chairperson of the Board of Governors
United Nations Association for Development And Peace
The Chairperson of the Board of Governors parallely serves as the appellate authority and heads the Internal Affairs (IA).
The Finance Committee reviews the programme budget, financial statements, resource mobilization strategies and related documents, and provides recommendations to the Board for decisions.