The United Nations: What Prospect For Reform?

 

UNANZAlthough 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).

Target audience:
The general public, all members of civil society will find this course useful, informative and stimulating.

Course format:
A free two-hour seminar to be held on a Wednesday evening. More information and registrations.

Presented By:
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: conted@vuw.ac.nz

 
 
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