UN in Brief
United Nations Department of Public Information, 2000 - International agencies - 28 pages
This booklet takes a look at how the United Nations works. It explains what the UN does for development, justice, human rights, international law and peace. The booklet also includes a brief overview of the specialized UN agencies.--Publisher's description.
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