Index to Proceedings of the Economic and Social Council: Organizational and Substantive Sessions

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United Nations Publications, Mar 1, 2004 - Business & Economics - 148 pages
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The Index is an annual bibliographic guide to the proceedings and documentation of the Council and includes indices to the activities of each session, as well as information on organizational matters such as membership. A further part of the Index is devoted to resolutions, documents, and reports.
 

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Contents

OrganizationaI session
1
Index to speeches
13
Substantive session
19
Index to speeches
63
List of resolutions
119
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