Building a More Democratic United Nations: Proceedings of CAMDUN-1

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Frank Barnaby
Psychology Press, 1991 - Law - 313 pages
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These proceedings, from the 1990 CAMDUN conference cover the structure of the UN, NGOs and the roles of UNAs, communication globally through the UN, and restructuring the UN.
 

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Contents

From INFUSA to CAMDUN Jeffrey J Segall
3
The CAMDUN Conferences Frank Barnaby
9
Opening Address Therese PaquetSevigny
23
Roots of a World Democracy Lucile W Green
29
We the Peoples of the World Harold E Stassen
36
The Time Has Come Douglas Mattern
46
A More Democratic UN Walter Hoffmann
52
Partners in Conflict Resolution Stella Cornelius
64
Creating a UN Parliamentary Assembly Jack Yost
137
Working Groups on Representing We the Shyama G Tampoe
145
Statement on the United Nations
151
The NGOs in the UN System Stephen Collett
160
The Soviet Peace Fund and the United Nations Yuri Goriachev
165
The Future of UNAs Ruth Steinkraus Cohen
180
Communication and the CAMDUN
194
Making Sense of Language in International
207

To Pull the UN into the 1990s Ramses Nassif
72
Proposals for a Peoples Assembly at
83
A UN Second Assembly Jeffrey J Segall
93
INFUSA and the Dynamics of Democracy Harry H Lerner
110
Grassroots Liaison with the Second
116
Women in a More Democratic United
122
A Method for the Direct Election of
128
Report of a Subgroup on Esperanto Alison M Williams
220
Democratic Representation in the
226
Steps
246
Enforcing the UN Charter Myron W Kronisch
264
A Proposal for a More Democratic UN
281
CAMDUN1 Participants
305
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