International Geneva Yearbook 2004-2005, Volume 18; Volumes 2004-2005

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United Nations Publications, Sep 1, 2004 - Political Science - 566 pages
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This annual publication includes information on activities and contact details for 255 international organisations and 153 permanent missions based in Geneva,covering UN bodies, specialised agencies, other intergovernmental organisations, organisations with special status, non-governmental organisations, research and educational institutions. It also gives details of UN special meetings in Geneva in 2004, as well as reviewing the latest political, legal, social and economic issues, such as Switzerland and the EU, multilateralism, education and human rights. The publication is in English with some sections in French.
 

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Contents

QUELLES CONSÉQUENCES POUR LA SUISSE ?
1
THE MENACING MUTILATION OF MULTILATERALISM
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LANCEMENT DU PROGRAMME MONDIAL POUR LÉDUCATION AUX DROITS DE LHOMME EN 2005 QUELLES PERSPECTIVES ?
16
INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS IN GENEVA RESULTS OF THE 2003 SURVEY
25
INSTITUTIONAL GUIDE
31
GENÈVE LIEU DE RENCONTRE DU MONDE INTERNATIONAL
35
LA GENÈVE INTERNATIONALE EN QUELQUES CHIFFRES
40
LA SUISSE PAYS HÔTE
54
AUTORITÉS DU CANTON DE VAUD AUTHORITIES OF THE CANTON OF VAUD
66
THE UNITED NATIONS
69
SPECIALIZED AGENCIES AND OTHER BODIES WITHIN THE UNITED NATIONS SYSTEM
185
OTHER INTERGOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS
233
ORGANIZATIONS WITH SPECIAL STATUS
291
NONGOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS
311
RESEARCH AND EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS
437
PERMANENT MISSIONS TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICES AT GENEVA AND TO THE OTHER INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
473

LES AUTORITÉS SUISSES THE SWISS AUTHORITIES
57
AUTORITÉS FÉDÉRALES FEDERAL AUTHORITIES
58
AUTORITÉS DE LA RÉPUBLIQUE ET CANTON DE GENÈVE
61
AUTORITÉS DE LA VILLE DE GENÈVE AUTHORITIES OF THE CITY OF GENÈVA
64
SPECIAL EVENTS
507
INDEX OF NAMES
515
INDEX OF INSTITUTIONS
527
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