Headquarters agreements govern the relationship between an international organization such as the United Nations and the host State where the headquarters of the international organization is located. A typical agreement contains provisions relating to the status, privileges and immunities and activities of an international organization. In the case of the United Nations, there are a number of headquarters agreements, as a number of funds, programmes, specialized agencies, secretariats and tribunals have offices at sites around the world. You can find these agreements in the UN Treaty Series. The UN Headquarters Agreement (11 UNTS 11) is the largest and best-known headquarters agreement, given that the UN compound in New York is considered the headquarters of the UN. Here are some important documents related to the implementation of the UN-US Headquarters Agreement: Disclaimer: Responses are prepared by library staff using the resources available at the time of the letter. This website may contain links and references to databases, websites, books and articles of third parties, which does not imply the endorsement of the United Nations. For more information on the origins of the UN Headquarters Agreement, see the 1947-1948 edition of the Yearbook of the United Nations. Issues relating to the headquarters agreement were currently being considered in the Committee on Relations with the Host State, a subcommittee of the Sixth Committee, and the resulting report was considered the agenda item of the Sixth Committee. Here is some important research in the UN Digital Library of Related Documents:. . .