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The designation of the Goodwill Ambassador shall be terminated if, in the view of the secretariat, the designee is unable to carry out the role envisaged in the terms of reference; if the Goodwill Ambassador engages in any activity incompatible with his/her status or with the purposes and principles of the United Nations; or if the termination is in the interest of the Organization.
Goodwill Ambassadors need to be recognized when performing their duties as official Peace Mission & Diplomatic Relations Representatives. One of the ways to accomplish this is by having a NAMETAG. These nametags will be easy to spot in a crowd and you are immediately recognized as a member of a prestigious international service organization.
We shall facilitate communication between the Ambassadors and the PMDR Secretariat and field offices regarding the involvement of Goodwill Ambassadors in appropriate field-level activities and events.
If for personal or professional reasons, a Goodwill Ambassador feels he/she cannot fulfill the obligations of a representative, a leave of absence may be granted.
PMDR Goodwill Ambassador shall be designated for a period of one year, subject to extension based on mutual agreement by the parties on the basis of satisfactory fulfillment of the role and their demonstrated interest in continuing the relationship.
On the other hand, Goodwill Ambassadors are required to submit a regular monthly report in writing of their activities and accomplishments to the Peace Mission & Diplomatic Relations Secretariat
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