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[en] By Resolution GC(IX)/RES/l87 the General Conference decided that the Agency's Annual Report to the General Assembly of the United Nations for 1964-65 would consist of the annual report of the Board of Governors to the General Conference for 1964-65, together with a supplement. The annual report has been issued as document GC(IX)/299. The present document contains the supplement which deals with developments in the Agency's work during the period 1 July to 1 October 1965, including action taken by the General Conference at its ninth regular session which took place in Tokyo from 21 to 28 September 1965
[en] By Resolution GC(XIV)/RES/268 the General Conference requested the Board of Governors to arrange for the preparation of a supplement to the Board's annual report to the General Conference for 1969-70 which, together with that report, constitutes the Agency's report to the General Assembly of the United Nations for that year. The present document contains the supplement, which deals briefly with some developments in the Agency's work during the period 1 July to 1 October 1970.
[en] According to its Statute and the Relationship Agreement with the United Nations, the International Atomic Energy Agency reports annually to the General Assembly of the United Nations on its activities during the past year. The Report is prepared for the approval of the General Conference by the Board of Governors. The second of these reports was presented by the Director General, Mr. Sterling Cole, on behalf of the Agency on October 30th 1958; delegates from thirteen countries took part in the ensuing debate. The Report covers the period 1 November 1957 to the end of June 1958 with some more recent developments mentioned briefly in the Preface. (author)
[en] Hans Vanmarcke was elected in 2016 as chairman of the United Nations Scientific Committee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation (UNSCEAR). The article discusses the current and future activities of UNSCEAR, which include among others the producing of long awaited reports on the health consequences of exposure to radon in the home, the biological mechanisms of exposure to low radiation doses, the epidemiological studies into the occurrence of radiation-related cancer and the occurrence of secondary cancers following radiotherapy.