Informal Discussion on “Global Economic Governance, Global Inequality and the Role of the United Nations”

Monday, June 27, 2011, 1:00am-3:00pm UNHQ, Delegates’ Dining Room, New York, NY

In the context of informal dialogues to take place in the UN General Assembly on June 28, 2011 regarding the UN’s role in global governance, the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung and UBUNTU (World Forum of Civil Society Networks) co-sponsor a lunchtime event to emphasize the issue of global inequality within this debate—to UN Member States, UN Secretariat and eminent members of civil society—and to ask how the UN might achieve a greater profile in debates on global economic governance, innovative approaches, as well as how to make the G20 more accountable and responsive to social needs. One of the panelists was Mr. Anwarul K. Chowdhury, Former UN Under-Secretary-General and High Representative. (see picture)


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