Charter of the United Nations art 51.
A citation of a UN document should include:
Author (AGLC4 rule 9.2.1)
Title (AGLC4 rule 9.2.2)
Resolution or decision number (AGLC4 rule 9.2.3)
Official records (AGLC4 rule 9.2.4)
Committee Number, eg '2nd Comm' (AGLC4 rule 9.2.5)
Session (and Part) Number, eg '4th sess' (AGLC4 rule 9.2.6)
Meeting Number, eg '37th mtg' (AGLC4 rule 9.2.7)
Agenda Item, eg 'Agenda Item 137' (AGLC4 rule 9.2.8)
Supplement, eg 'Supp No 98' (AGLC4 rule 9.2.9)
UN Document Number, eg 'UN Doc A/RES/54/275' (AGLC4 rule 9.2.10)
Full date, e.g. '(27 July 2001, adopted 14 June 2001)' (AGLC4 rule 9.2.11)
Annex as it appears on the document (AGLC4 rule 9.2.12)
Pinpoint reference (AGLC4 rule 9.2.13).
These elements should appear in the order they are listed above.
Fatma Zohra Ksentini, Report of the Special Rapporteur on Human Rights and the Environment, UN Doc E/CN.4/Sub.2/1994/9 (6 July 1994).
Millennium Summit of the United Nations, GA Res 54/254, UN Doc A/RES/54/254 (23 March 2000, adopted 15 March 2000) para 3.
United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, GA Res 61/295, UN Doc A/RES/61/295 (2 October 2007, adopted 13 September 2007).