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Title   At the UN : Addresses from Helen Clark's First Term Leading the United Nations Development Programme 

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Author   CLARK Helen  ISBN   9781927212066  Add to shopping cart   
Publisher   Dunmore Press  Group   New Zealand View shopping cart
Binding   Paperback Category   Non-Fiction  Terms and conditions
Edition   1 Type   Go back
Publication Year   2013 
Subject   Speeches 
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Synopsis AT the UN brings together a selection of addresses by Helen Clark to international audiences during her first term leading the UN Development Programme. These cover a broad range of topics, such as: International peace and security; Resilience-building in poor nations; Effective leadership and global governance; Emerging democracies and supporting them; Building a more equitable and sustainable world; Health and development; Climate change and futures; Energy solutions in the future Disaster risk management; Aid strategies; Global finance and development The International Criminal Court; Cyberspace and development; Conflict within and between developing nations. These speeches reflect Helen Clark's passion for reducing poverty in the world and helping people and nations to plan their own development. They are illuminating in their detail of the global issues our world must grapple with and find solutions for. The endorsements for this book attest to the considerable impact Helen Clark has made since she has been at the UN.

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