• Issue 1. 2009

    Issue 1. 2009

    Featuring “Reflections on Gender Equality: Through the Eyes of a Diplomat” by Louise Frechette “Gender Mainstreaming in an Insecure and Unequal World” by Jane Parpart […]

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  • Cuban doctors administer vaccinations for Tetnus and Dyptheria provided by WHO at the Delmas 33 IDP camp in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

    Global Governance: Volume 14, Issue 4, 2008

    Contents Introduction: Global Governance of Water (pp. 405-407) Global Insights Global Governance of Water: A Practitioner’s Perspective (pp. 409-417) Articles Governance and the Global Water […]

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  • Issue 4. 2008

    Issue 4. 2008

    Featuring 1. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights at Sixty- Bertrand Ramcharan 2. DPI/NGO Conference on Human Rights in Paris – Swadesh M Rana 3. […]

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  • Secretary General Ban Ki Moon meets with rock star and activist Bono from the Band U2

    Global Governance: Volume 14, Issue 3, 2008

    Contents Global Insights The Downside of Celebrity Diplomacy: The Neglected Complexity of Development (pp. 259-264) Beyond One Image Fits All: Bono and the Complexity of […]

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  • Issue 3. 2008

    Issue 3. 2008

    Featuring “The Universal Declaration of Human Rights at Sixty” by Bertrand Ramcharan “DPI/NGO Conference on Human Rights in Paris” by Swadesh M Rana “Just Do […]

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  • Global Comp[act Board Meeting

    Global Governance: Volume 14, Issue 2, 2008

    Contents Global Insights Runaway Globalization Without Governance (pp. 119-125) What Kind of International Public Service Do We Need for the Twenty-first Century? (pp. 127-133) Articles […]

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  • Issue 2. 2008

    Issue 2. 2008

    Featuring Has the United Nations Entered the New Information Age?- Michael Platzer A Fond Farewell From the Executive Director- Alistair Edgar Pushing Australia to Re-engage […]

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  • Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon visits Hellisheiði Power Plant.

SG is seen with Mr. Bjarni Bjarnason, Director-General of the Reykjavík Energy Authority onright and Mr. Gunnar Bragi Sveinsson, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Iceland on left.

    Global Governance: Volume 14, Issue 1, 2008

    Contents The John W. Holmes Lecture: Can the UN Be Reformed? (pp. 1-12) Global Insights Courting the Rule of Law? The International Criminal Court and […]

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  • Issue 1. 2008

    Issue 1. 2008

    Featuring 1. The United Nations and the Global Development Architecture – Alistair Edgar Click Here to Download the Information Memorandum No. 1, 2008

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  • Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon visits Grameen Back Project in Bogra, Bangladesh Nov 1 2008. (Micro Credit projects)

    Global Governance: Volume 13, Issue 4, 2007

    Contents The Role of the World Bank in Poverty Alleviation and Human Development in the Twenty-First Century: An Introduction (pp. 461-468) Global Insights Producing Knowledge […]

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