Director-General definition

Director-General means the Director-General of the Department;
Director-General means the Director General of the Organization;

Examples of Director-General in a sentence

  • For the Commission (Signed)Olivier GUERSENT Director-General 4 OJ C 366, 14.12.2013, p.

  • The Director-General responsible may delay this deadline by up to two months.

  • Following the World Summit on Social Development (1995) and the discussions which took place during the ILO’s 75th Anniversary (1994), the Director-General of ILO invited the Governments of all countries which had not yet ratified seven fundamental human rights conventions, to state what their intentions were in this connection.

  • Similarly, Wang, Shi, Que et al [21] suggest that having a sense of altruism could mitigate the mental health consequences of quarantine.The WHO Director-General stated that “all countries must strike a fine balance between protecting health, preventing economic and social disruption, and respecting human rights” [22].

  • The Director-General welcomes the “Report of the evaluation of the Codex Alimentarius and other FAO and WHO food standards work”.


More Definitions of Director-General

Director-General. ’ means the Director-General of the Department;
Director-General means the Director General of the Authority;
Director-General means the Director-General referred to in Article VIII, paragraph 41, of the Convention, or in his absence, the acting Director-General;
Director-General means the Director General of the Bureau, for the time being holding that office and also his successor and shall include any officer authorized by him.
Director-General means the Director General of the Organization and, as long as BIRPI subsists, the Director of BIRPI.
Director-General means the Director-General of UNESCO;