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  Donald Owen Mills  
   
 
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Donald Owen Mills (1921- ) was Jamaica’s permanent representative to the UN (1973-81), during which time he was its representative on the Security Council (1979-80), vice-chairman of the Group of Experts on Restructuring of Economic and Social Sectors of the UN, president of ECOSOC, chairman and chief negotiator for the Group of 77. Before this he worked in Jamaica’s civil service, including as head of the Central Planning Agency. He is presently chairman of the Commonwealth Foundation, and member of the Judicial Service Commission, Privy Council, and Jamaica Council on Ocean and Coastal Zone Management. He was born in Jamaica and educated at Jamaica College and the London School of Economics.

 

 
   
 
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