A Dialogue of the Deaf: Essays on Africa and the United Nations

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Jacana Media, 2006 - 298
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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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Introduction
1
The UN NEPAD and the Commission for Africa
75
Africas Responsibility to Protect
89
Musiftky Mwanasali
111
Rwanda and Darfur
147
AFRICAS DEVELOPMENT AND HUMAN
165
Margaret Leguin
183
A ngela NdingaMuvumba
207
South Africa the UN and Human Rights
227
Mwesiga Ilaregu
275
Selected Reading
283
Index
291
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Informacje o autorze (2006)

Adekeye Adebajo is executive director of the Center for Conflict Resolution in Cape Town, South Africa. Helen Scanlon is a senior researcher at the Center for Conflict Resolution in Cape Town, South Africa, and the author of Representation and Reality: Portraits of the Western Cape Lives. Archbishop Njongonkulu Ndungane is an ordained priest of the Anglican Church in the Diocese of Cape Town and the author of A World With A Human Face: A Voice From Africa.

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