Transforming The United Nations System

Author: Joseph E. Schwartzberg
Publisher: Brookings Institution Press
ISBN: 9280871994
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The book's aim is not to create an unrealistic utopia, but rather to establish a workable world in which the force of law supplants the law of force; a world committed to justice and continuous yet sustainable development.

State Of The World S Volunteerism Report 2015

Author: United Nations Volunteers
Publisher: United Nations
ISBN: 9213619731
Size: 54.25 MB
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It is expected to lead to enhanced recognition, facilitation, networking and promotion of volunteerism worldwide and to an increased recognition of United Nations Volunteers' critical role in peace and development as well as in norm-setting ...

Transforming Law And Institution

Author: Rhiannon Morgan
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317007565
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By the same token, focusing on the interaction of the global indigenous movement with the UN system, this book examines the reverse influence, that is, the ways in which interacting with the UN system has influenced the claims, tactical ...

Global Governance And The United Nations System

Author: Volker Rittberger
Publisher: United Nations Publications
ISBN: 9789280810752
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International governance, the authors argue, faces three different challenges: the technological revolution, globalization, and the end of the cold war-leading to jurisdictional, operational, incentive, and participatory gaps in governance ...

Modernizing The United Nations System

Author: John E. Trent
Publisher: Barbara Budrich
ISBN: 3866490038
Size: 13.51 MB
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Toward. Transforming. the. UN. “Building an efficient and enduring system of
international cooperation will be expensive, but it will be less expensive than
creating and maintaining a system of nuclear deterrence was. If properly
conceived, cooperation will also yield far greater benefits. Harmonizing diverse
interests, perceptions, policies, and actions in a dynamic world will never be easy
. But it can best be achieved democratically, within a constructive multilateral
framework of shared ...

Business Unusual

Author: Jan Martin Witte
Publisher: United Nations Publications
ISBN: 9789211009804
Size: 27.74 MB
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Learning at the United Nations system level This leads to a final important point,
namely the great and unrealized, potential for learning across the United Nations
system. Such system-wide learning ... As the two previous sections have
emphasized, the United Nations faces a number of critical challenges in
transforming itself into an effective partnership organization, notably in
addressing shortcomings in strong management and local ownership of
partnerships. The good news is that ...

Conscious Ascension

Author: Timothy Stagich
Publisher: GLOBAL LEADERSHIP RESOURCES
ISBN: 0976960303
Size: 66.19 MB
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Transforming the United Nations The transformation of the United Nations to a
high synergy problem solving organization has become a necessary next step in
its development to preserve its integrity and maintain its effectiveness as a forum
for peace in the world. The recent ... Instead, the U.N. allowed its inspectors to be
thrown out of Iraq and turned its dead end process of veto into an irrelevant
system of ineffective compromise, confrontation and debate. The threat from the
tyrant, ...

Happy City Transforming Our Lives Through Urban Design

Author: Charles Montgomery
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux
ISBN: 1429969539
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In the 2010 midterm elections, Colorado Republican gubernatorial candidate
Dan Maes accused his Democratic opponent of using a Paris-style bicycle-share
program to convert Denver into a “United Nations Community.”* In this debate,
the city emerges not merely as a system for living, but as a symbol, an expression
of political values. The backlash is grounded in a deep-seated mistrust of
government and a fear of losing property rights and freedoms. These anti-
planning ...