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The Future of the UN

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International Day of Tolerance

THE FUTURE OF THE UN followed by a short presentation on INTERNATIONAL TOLERANCE and its applicability today.

The talk will cover a wide-ranging set of concerns and future policy implications with regards to the UN, examining areas such as:

  • The status of UN Reform
  • International Environmental Policy, with a focus on Climate Change
  • The UN’s effectiveness in dealing with Conflict and Resolution
  • Developmental policy in the context of the roles played by organizations such as the IMF and World Bank
Do come along:
  • If you have even the slightest interest in what the UN is doing, and where it’s headed in this rapidly integrating world.
  • If you are skeptical about its overall existence, or are unhappy about its performance in certain areas.
  • If you want to interact with people who are as passionate about the UN as you are!

You will have an excellent opportunity to voice your opinions and askquestions after the talk and over drinks with Tim Morris!!

This event is open to everyone, and there will be opportunities to ask questions as well as to interact with the speaker over drinks.

Brief Biography
  • Education: Queen’s College, Oxford: BA in modern languages
  • 2005: Head of International Organisations Department, Foreign and Commonwealth Office
  • 2003: Deputy Head of Mission, British Embassy, Lisbon
  • 1998: Counsellor, Trade and Investment, British Embassy, Tokyo
  • 1996: Deputy Head, United Nations Department, Foreign and Commonwealth Office
  • 1991: First Secretary and Head of Political Section, British Embassy, Madrid
  • 1989: Head, Exports to Japan Unit, Department of Trade and Industry
  • 1987: Foreign and Commonwealth Office
  • 1984: Second Secretary, Commercial, British Embassy, Tokyo

This talk is part of the Cambridge University United Nations Association (CUUNA) series.

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