Permanent Representative to the UN, New York Rosemary Banks of New Zealand

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Rosemary Banks is the Ambassador to the United Nations for New Zealand.
Representative to the United Nations (UN.
is well accustomed to being the only woman in the room.
her new role Banks has clear objectives.
ministers and multilateral diplomats.
can be unwieldy for decision-making.
of the creakier parts of the UN system.
National War Memorial in Canberra when she was acting high commissioner.
In our interview, Ambassador Banks expressed confidence in the mandate review methodology that she and her Co-Chair Ambassador Kaire Mbuende from Namibia recently developed; indicated what we might expect from the process in the next few months; and shed new light on some of our impressions of the political dynamics in the General Assembly.
Ambassador Banks said that the methodology has been widely accepted by Member States and should be adaptable for other clusters.
Rosemary Banks has been New Zealand’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations since June 2005, a period dominated by the 60 th anniversary World Summit and by the arrival of new Secretary General Ban Ki moon.
Ms Banks was seconded to UNESCO before postings to the New Zealand Permanent Missions in Geneva and New York respectively, early in her career.
experience and expertise to the post, Mr Goff said.
Edgar James Banks (1866–1945), US.
The man Rosemary Banks was referring to had come to look at a model home, disrobed and was repeatedly calling her from the back of the house asking for a toothbrush.
After 11 years and various positions, Banks was promoted to resident manager.
I was offered the position several times over the years but refused to accept after witnessing all of the verbal abuse the managers preceding me experienced, Banks said in Resident Manager.
In writing Resident Manager, Banks said she drew from three decades of notes and memories outlining the disrespect and harassment from residents that she said is so common in her industry.
Banks is courageous to come forward and tell it like it is, said property manager Alicia D.
Ambassador Banks said New Zealand is a “strong supporter of calls for improvements in the UN system of environmental governance.
Banks said her government helped negotiate the declaration, but many provisions are flawed, particularly those dealing with lands and resources.