• 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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  • Issue 4. 2007

    Issue 4. 2007

    Features: 1. Climate Change: How It Impacts Us All- Sarah Hucsko 2. A Penny For Our Thoughts At The Secretariat: Supporting the Projects and People […]

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  • 20 June 2010-Kolkata, Bangladesh-A family living in an urban slum in Sonagachi: Half the world’s population (World-6.75 billion as of 2008) lives in cities and towns. One billion people, one out of three urban dwellers are living in slum conditions. (UN Millennium Development Goals Report 2007, UNESCAP 2009) Photo Credit:Kibae Park/Sipa Press

    Global Governance: Volume 13, Issue 3, 2007

    Contents Global Insights A Symposium: Global Summit Reform and the L-20 (pp. 299-299) Breaking Deadlocks in Global Governance: The L-20 Proposal (pp. 301-305) Responses to […]

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  • Issue 3. 2007

    Issue 3. 2007

    Features: 1. Maximizing our Efforts: at the Annual Meeting in New York – Alistair Edgar Click Here to Download the Information Memorandum No. 3, 2007

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  • A school is left in dust as people look for 50 missing children. 200 teachers and children perished in this school. 30,000 people died in this town and 30,000 are injured but numbers are espected to rise. The population was 300,000.  Balakot, Kashmir, Pakistan, Tuesday, 25 October 2005

    Global Governance: Volume 13, Issue 2, 2007

    Contents Global Insights The Ironies of UN Secretariat Reform (151-159) The World Intellectual Property Organization and the Development Agenda (161-170) Intellectual Property, Trade, and Development: […]

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  • Issue 2. 2007

    Issue 2. 2007

    Features: 1. Gaining From the Past Social Responsibility Practices in Support of the United Nations Organization- Roger Haw 2. Looking Forward: The Next 100 Days […]

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  • Mr. John Holmes, Emergency Relief Coordinator and United Nations Under Secretary General for Humanitarian Affairs, looks at photos of women's family members who died in the earthquake during his visit to Fort Nationale in the Bel Air neighborhood of Port-au-Prince.  Holmes is on a two day visit to Haiti to evaluate the humanitarian situation six months after the January 12th, 2010 earthquake struck Haiti killing hundreds of thousands and leaving millions homeless.

    Global Governance: Volume 13, Issue 1, 2007

    Contents The John W. Holmes Lecture: Building Peace (pp. 1-15) Global Insights Healing Broken Societies: Can Aid Buy Love and Peace? (pp. 17-24) Performance Measurement […]

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