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This CD-ROM contains the complete transcripts of 79 individuals
that were excerpted in Thomas
G. Weiss, Tatiana
Emmerij, and Richard
Jolly, UN Voices:
The Struggle for Development and Social Justice (Bloomington:
Indiana University Press, 2005). Readers will find the human and
moving life stories of an extraordinary group of people from around
the globe who contributed to the economic and social record of the
United Nations. Among those interviewed are such noted figures as
Kofi Annan, Margaret Anstee, Boutros Boutros-Ghali, Fernando Henrique
Cardoso, Noeleen Heyzer, Conor Cruise O’Brien, Javier Pérez
de Cuéllar, Amartya Sen, and Kurt Waldheim as well as many
less well-known UN professional men and women who have made significant
contributions to the international struggle for a better world.
Their experiences bring to life the UN’s contributions in
dealing with such events as the rise and fall of the Berlin Wall,
and September 11, 2001, and such issues as human rights, decolonization,
the environment, poverty, and gender.
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