The United Nations: What Prospect For Reform?
Although the United Nations has contributed significantly to international cooperation since its formation, it has also demonstrated weaknesses and ineffectiveness in some areas – notably in conflict resolution and peace-keeping. This session from 6-8pm on the 18th of November will survey the current UN reform agenda, as set out in such documents as In Larger Freedom (2005).
The general public, all members of civil society will find this course useful, informative and stimulating.
A free two-hour seminar to be held on a Wednesday evening. More information and registrations.
Graham Hassall is an Associate Professor in the School of Government at Victoria University and is President of the United Nations Association of New Zealand.
For further information:
Continuing Education, Victoria University of Wellington, PO Box 600, Wellington 6140.
Phone 04 463 6556, Email: email@example.com