A question of political will

Lefort, Rene
June 1999
UNESCO Sources;Jun99, Issue 113, p3
Editorial. Comments on the relevance of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization's mandate to promote peace and human rights. Fundamental origins of wars and human rights abuses; Economic approach to helping excluded parts of the population to get back into the mainstream.


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