Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Jul 29, 1998 - Business & Economics - 494 pages
An essential reference for anyone involved in international affairs, the UNPO Yearbook is the only publication giving access to the material, situations and policies of the Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization and its diverse membership. Created by the members themselves in 1991, the UNPO provides a platform for those nations, peoples and minorities not represented in established international forums such as the United Nations. The mission of the organization is to assist its members in advancing their interests effectively through nonviolent means, including diplomacy, use of the UN and other international procedures for the protection of human rights, the exploration of legal options in defending their rights and the development of public awareness and opinion. With a revised member Report format and expanded index, as well as key Conference and Mission reports, the third edition of the UNPO Yearbook is an accessible and valuable tool for researchers, diplomats and policy-makers alike.
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