The United Nations and the Advancement of Women, 1945-1996

The United Nations and the Advancement of Women, 1945-1996

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Throughout its first half century, the United Nations has served as a catalyst for the global advancement of women. Working to promote the principles of gender equality and non-discrimination enshrined in the Organization's Charter, the United Nations has been instrumental in promoting recognition of women's fundamental human rights, in codifying those rights in legally binding international agreements and in fostering greater understanding of the central role played by women in peace-building and in economic and social development.
Publisher: New York : Department of Public Information, United Nations, c1995, 1996.
Edition: Revised ed.
ISBN: 9789211006032
9211006031
9789211005677
9211005671
Branch Call Number: 305. 4209 UNI
Characteristics: 845 p.
Additional Contributors: Boutros-Ghali, Boutros 1922-

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