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Reforming the UN

Dangerous Ideas in Development
Reforming the UN: Challenges for the New Secretary-General


Reforming the UN: Challenges for the New Secretary General
This series aims to challenge orthodoxies and promote fresh thinking on important international development issues.
The new series is in collaboration with the All-Party Parliamentary group of Debt, Aid and Trade (APPG-DAT) and kicks off with Richard Jolly, former Assistant Secretary General of the UN and IDS Research Associate, analysing the UN reform process and looking at the challenges that lie ahead for the new Secretary General. Professor Richard Jolly will be joined at this event by Wendy Harcourt, chair of Women in Development Europe (WIDE), who will speak on the reform on the UN gender architecture.
Ann McKechin MP, Chair of the APPG-DAT, will chair the session.
The seminar will be on Tuesday 9 January in the Macmillan Room, Portcullis House, Westminster SW1A 2LW, from 6-7.30pm.
Places are free, but limited. To reserve your place, please email c.matthews@ids.ac.uk.


Speaker(s):

Sir Richard Jolly | talks
Wendy Harcourt | talks

 

Date and Time:

9 January 2006 at 6:00 pm

Duration:

2 hours

 

Venue:

Portcullis House
Opposite Palace of Westminster
London
SW1A 2LW


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Organised by:

Institute of Development Studies
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Tickets:

Free but limited

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