A Dialogue of the Deaf: Essays on Africa and the United Nations
As part of the ongoing effort to create a United Nations that is representative of its members, this collection of essays attempts to present the African perspective clearly and persuasively. This book is a valuable contribution to African efforts to engage the United Nations to achieve goals, including debt relief and a more equitable world, and to strengthen the understanding of this critical topic world wide.
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The UN NEPAD and the Commission for Africa
Africas Responsibility to Protect
Rwanda and Darfur
AFRICAS DEVELOPMENT AND HUMAN
actors Addis Ababa Africa's Development African countries African governments African leaders African Union agenda AIDS Annan's Assembly assistance AU's billion capacity cent Challenges and Change Charter civil society conflict consensus continent Darfur debt Deng economic ECOSOC effective efforts ensure established force framework Fund genocide global High-level Panel report HIV/AIDS Human Rights Council human security humanitarian IDPs implementation initiatives institutions internally displaced persons international community intervention issues Kofi Kofi Annan Larger Freedom mandate military Millennium Development Goals mission Mwanasali NEPAD Nigeria pandemic Panel on Threats Partnership peace and security Peacebuilding Commission peacekeeping political post-conflict reconstruction poverty prevention programmes promote recommendations reform regional organisations Resolution responsibility to protect role Rwanda Secretariat Secretary-General Secure World Security Council September 2005 Shared Responsibility South Africa sovereignty strategies Sudan Summit terrorism transnational organised crime UN Secretariat UN Secretary-General UN Security Council UN's UNAIDS UNAMIR United Nations volume