1.5 Expected Output of the Millennium Assembly
The Millennium Assembly will be asked to:
1.5.1 to take "stock of progress achieved in the wake of world conferences, for example, or examining sectoral issues, as in the case of the tenth session of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development."
1.5.2 to create "innovative ideas regarding specific objectives of the United Nations should strive to achieve in the decades ahead in the five core areas of its work: peace and security, economic and social affairs, development cooperation, humanitarian affairs and human rights." Human rights will be considered as a cross cutting issue.
1.5.3 "assess, in the light of the process within the Administrative Committee on coordination, the extent to which a cleared division of labor within the system is emerging through a sharpening of the mandates, competencies, and comparative advantages of the component parts.” "determine whether the present constitutional framework governing the agencies and their relationships with the United Nations is sufficiently flexible to adopt and respond to the challenges ahead." And
1.5.4 if warranted establish a "Special Commission" to examine the constitutional
1.5.5 prepare a consolidated report for consideration by the Millennium Summit and