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2009

IIS 286 The Copenhagen climate summit EN
IIS 285 The UN’s new gender architecture EN
IIS 284 Jacques Suaudeau sur l’eugénisme, la génétique et l’eugénétique - III FR
IIS 283 Jacques Suaudeau sur l’eugénisme, la génétique et l’eugénétique - II FR
IIS 282 Jacques Suaudeau sur l’eugénisme, la génétique et l’eugénétique - I FR
IIS 281 UNFPA’s "culturally sensitive approach"- Part three EN
IIS 280 UNFPA’s "culturally sensitive approach"- Part two EN
IIS 279 UNFPA’s "culturally sensitive approach"- Part one EN

2008

IIS 277 Riel Miller on the end of schools and transition to postmodernity EN
IIS 276 Enjeux du premier congrès panafricain de bioéthique FR
IIS 275 The ideological stakes of the new Africa-EU strategic partnership EN
IIS 274 Jacques Suaudeau sur l’euthanasie et la deshumanisation de la mort FR

2007

IIS 273 La crise mondiale de l’alimentation - II FR
IIS 272 La crise mondiale de l’alimentation - I FR
IIS 271 The atomization of multilateralism and its consequences EN
IIS 270 Reinventing government in Africa EN
IIS 269 Postmodernity and non-Western cultures EN
IIS 268 The rise of a new global political culture EN
IIS 267 Trust in government in the postmodern age EN
IIS 266 The "global" disconnect between government and citizens EN
IIS 265 Climate change and its political momentum EN
IIS 264 The state of global governance : the vacuum EN
IIS 263 The UN paradigm for an "Alliance of Civilizations", part two EN
IIS 262 The UN paradigm for an "Alliance of Civilizations", part one EN
IIS 261 Africa at a crossroads, part three : the Maputo Protocol EN
IIS 260 Africa at a crossroads, part two : Western NGOs at the rudder EN
IIS 259 Africa at a crossroads, part one : the hour of African leadership EN

2006

IIS 258 Who is Ban Ki-moon ? EN
IIS 257 Eneko Landaburu sur le multilatéralisme européen FR
IIS 256 UNESCO’s Global Ethics Observatory EN
IIS 255 UN reform :"system-wide coherence" EN
IIS 254 UN reform : operational consolidation EN
IIS 253 UN crisis or UN reform ? EN
IIS 252 Cohérence du système onusien et avenir du multilatéralisme FR
IIS 251 Vers une centralisation de l’aide humanitaire ? II FR/EN
IIS 250 Vers une centralisation de l’aide humanitaire ? I FR
IIS 249 Postmodernity’s informality vs. its globally normative claims EN

2005

IIS 248 Défis actuels de la laïcité d’inspiration maçonnique FR
IIS 247 FNUAP : rapport sur l’état de la population mondiale 2005, II FR
IIS 246 FNUAP : rapport sur l’état de la population mondiale 2005, I FR
IIS 245 A European center-right (EPP-ED) vision of globalization EN
IIS 244 Sommet 2005 de l’ONU : objectifs du Millénaire et réforme (IIS 241-243) FR
IIS 243 "Make-or-break" UN session fails to address key issues, part three EN
IIS 242 "Make-or-break" UN session fails to address key issues, part two EN
IIS 241 "Make-or-break" UN session fails to address key issues, part one EN
IIS 240 Clefs de lecture de la Constitution européenne FR
IIS 239 "Objectivism" vs postmodernism EN
IIS 238 L’horizon post judéo-chrétien de l’éthique mondiale FR
IIS 237 Beijing +10 : gender perspective and international law EN
IIS 236 Condoleezza Rice’s postmodern "common agenda" EN
IIS 235 Davos 2005 : ambivalence of Blair’s "common agenda" EN
IIS 234 The hidden stakes of the UN Oil-for-Food scandal EN

2004

IIS 233 Religious freedom vs the global secular ethic EN
IIS 232 Interview with Francis Fukuyama EN
IIS 231 "Cultural liberty" : UNDP Human Development report 2004, part three EN
IIS 230 "Cultural liberty" : UNDP Human Development report 2004, part two EN
IIS 229 "Cultural liberty" : UNDP Human Development report 2004, part one EN
IIS 228 Linking local governments to the UN EN
IIS 227 “We the peoples : civil society, the UN and global governance", part four EN
IIS 226 “We the peoples : civil society, the UN and global governance", part three EN
IIS 225 “We the peoples : civil society, the UN and global governance", part two EN
IIS 224 “We the peoples : civil society, the UN and global governance", part one EN
IIS 223 Building a new consensus on security, part three EN
IIS 222 Building a new consensus on security, part two EN
IIS 221 Building a new consensus on security, part one EN
IIS 220 The growing EU-UN relationship EN
IIS 219 Religion and sexual rights, part two EN
IIS 218 Entretien avec Jérôme Vignon : relation ONU-UE FR
IIS 217 Religion and sexual rights, part one EN
IIS 216 Laïcité et religion : quelques questions à Bernard Stasi FR

2003

IIS 215 The "Global Progressive Forum" : new force for the global left, part three EN
IIS 214 The "Global Progressive Forum" : new force for the global left, part two EN
IIS 213 The "Global Progressive Forum" : new force for the global left, part one EN
IIS 212 The UN-Civil Society relation, part four EN
IIS 211 The UN-Civil Society relation, part three EN
IIS 210 The UN-Civil Society relation, part two EN
IIS 209 The UN-Civil Society relation, part one EN
IIS 208 La mondialisation éthique : laïcité, religion, francmaçonnerie FR
IIS 207 The Global Compact annual report, part two EN
IIS 206 The Global Compact annual report, part one EN
IIS 205 Who is driving UN reform and global governance ? EN
IIS 204 A conservative American viewpoint on sustainable development, part two EN
IIS 203 A conservative American viewpoint on sustainable development, part one EN
IIS 202 The reform of the UN Commission on Sustainable Development EN
IIS 201 UN reform through partnerships, part two : UNFIP EN
IIS 200 UN reform through partnerships, part one EN
IIS 199 The security revolution, part two : the "human security" movement EN
IIS 198 The security revolution, part one : from hard to soft security EN
IIS 197 Marginalisation de l’ONU et fin du consensus FR
IIS 196 La position de la "laïcité" sur l’Islam et l’Europe FR
IIS 195 The EU’s Corporate Social Responsibility policy, part three EN
IIS 194 The EU’s Corporate Social Responsibility policy, part two EN

2002

IIS 193 The EU’s Corporate Social Responsibility policy EN
IIS 192 Global network of judges to work with UN EN
IIS 191 The education revolution EN
IIS 190 Interview : Carol Bellamy (UNICEF) EN
IIS 189 Interview : Jan Pronk (UN special envoy to Johannesburg) EN
IIS 188 Interview : Jan Johnson (World Bank) EN
IIS 187 UN partnership with business EN
IIS 186 The Global Compact : interview with Gerog Kell EN
IIS 185 Interview with Nitin Desai EN
IIS 182 Interview with Simon Serafty EN
IIS 181 Relationship between the Bush administration and the UN EN
IIS 180 The UN’s rising role in the international economic arena EN
IIS 179 The Global Compact EN
IIS 178 Johannesburg Summit or Rio+10 EN

2001

IIS 177 Patrick Robineau on Rio + 10 EN
IIS 176 Gouvernance mondiale FR
IIS 175 Interview with John Martin, WHO EN
IIS 174 The market and sustainable development EN
IIS 173 UNICEF’s Global Movement for Children - UNFPA’s AIDS prevention policy EN
IIS 172 UNICEF’S anthropological vision of the child EN
IIS 171 Global Governance : evolution of the concept EN

2000

IIS 170 The Millennium NGO Forum EN
IIS 169 National youth policies EN
IIS 168 The Earth Charter - New draft EN
IIS 167 Contribution of humanisms and religions to the concept of citizenship EN
IIS 166 UN member states views on NGO interaction in all UN activities EN
IIS 165 The Millenium NGO Forum-Introduction EN
IIS 164 Seoul Conference : NGOs assert themselves as global policy-makers EN

1999

IIS 163 The World Civil Society Conference, part four EN
IIS 162 The World Civil Society Conference, part three EN
IIS 161 The World Civil Society Conference, part two EN
IIS 160 The World Civil Society Conference, part one EN
IIS 159 The World Civil Society Conference : building global governance partnerships EN
IIS 158 The Universal Ethic Project, part three EN
IIS 157 The Universal Ethic Project, part two EN
IIS 156 The Universal Ethic Project, part one EN
IIS 155 Adolescent health and development : WHO/UNFPA/UNICEF programming EN
IIS 154 Funding the UN : NGO views and solutions EN
IIS 153 Global governance, law-making EN
IIS 152 Indicators of Progress - Global conferences follow-up EN
IIS 151 Millennium NGO Forum EN
IIS 150 Openly introducing the idea of “world democracy institutions” EN
IIS 149 Security redefined : there is no secure place in the world EN
IIS 148 Towards a Permanent Youth Assembly EN
IIS 147 The UN Staff College Project : UN Social Engineering EN
IIS 146 Dr. Brundtland’s speech at Cairo plus five EN
IIS 145 The World Health Report 1999 : “Making a Difference” EN
IIS 144 Reproductive health at WHO : recent developments EN
IIS 143 Presentation of the UN Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) EN
IIS 142 The “rights approach” : further implications EN
IIS 141 UNESCO’s Management of Social Transformation Programme EN
IIS 140 UNESCO’s comparative advantage implementing the new paradigm EN
IIS 139 Various aspects of UNESCO’s “culture of peace” EN
IIS 138 Interview with Joseph Chamie, Director of the UN Population Division EN
IIS 137 New paradigm redefinition of security and peace EN
IIS 136 Millennium People’s Assembly - UN Secretariat relation with NGOs EN
IIS 135 Enforcing the "rights approach" of the new consensus EN
IIS 134 Mainstreaming education reform worldwide : UNESCO’s role FR
IIS 133 UN partnership with the private sector : interview with Georg Kell EN
IIS 132 Cairo +5, part five : partnership with religions EN
IIS 131 Cairo +5, part four : new partnerships ; the "right to pleasure" EN
IIS 130 Cairo +5, part three : implications of the "partnership with civil society" EN
IIS 129 Cairo +5, part two : the role of NGOs EN
IIS 128 Changes at WHO EN
IIS 127 Cairo +5, part one : emergency contraception, decriminalizing abortion EN
IIS 126 The World Charter of local self-government EN
IIS 125 The citizens’ public trust treaty and the "People’s Treaties" trend EN
IIS 124 Cairo +5 : introduction EN
IIS 123 Follow-up to the Social Summit - "Sovereign Equality" EN
IIS 122 The "new social contract" : clarification of concepts EN

1998

IIS 121 NGO code of conduct. UN reaction to Annan’s report on NGOs EN
IIS 120 Conversation with Cyril Ritchie, WOCSOC EN
IIS 119 Universal Declaration of Human Responsibilities. UNESCO’s Global Ethics EN
IIS 118 Consensus-building studies, interactive democratic representation EN
IIS 117 The people against globalization EN
IIS 116 First ever analysis on the burden of sexual diseases EN
IIS 115 Economic globalization vs. global civil society EN
IIS 114 Three influent networks prepare Millennium Assembly EN
IIS 113 NGO follow-up to global conferences EN
IIS 112 The Millenium People’s Assembly EN
IIS 111 Kofi Annan’s report on NGOs’ involvement with the UN - Part two EN
IIS 110 The Millenium Forum and NGOs EN
IIS 109 Kofi Annan’s report on NGOs’ involvement with the UN - Part one EN
IIS 108 The Millennium People’s Assembly : state of affairs EN
IIS 107 Women’s rights : the status of women and women’s health EN
IIS 106 US international population policy five years after Cairo EN
IIS 105 Global governance - Part three : NGOs and civil society EN
IIS 104 Global governance - Part two : People-centredness EN
IIS 103 Global governance - Part one : Definition EN
IIS 102 Towards a universal ethics : international organizations and spirituality EN
IIS 101 The World Health Organization at a crossroads EN
IIS 100 Health ethics : equity, holism, positive and negative rights EN
IIS 099 Health ethics : health, culture, cultural diversity and universalism EN
IIS 098 Ethics of the new Health for All policy EN
IIS 097 UNCTAD’s new mandate : equity and sustainable development EN
IIS 096 The global governance mechanisms of the UN : the role of NGOs EN
IIS 095 UNCTAD at a turning point EN
IIS 094 WHO’s “Health for All in the 21st Century” EN
IIS 093 Five interviews on human rights EN
IIS 092 The UNFPA rights approach EN
IIS 091 The right to development : a “holistic right” EN
IIS 090 Women’s Rights and the 50th anniversary of the Universal Declaration EN
IIS 089 UNFPA collaboration with UNHCHR EN
IIS 088 WHO right to health, reproductive rights and "safe abortion" EN
IIS 087 WHO’s "Medical Methods for the Termination of Pregnancy" EN
IIS 086 The mainstreaming of sustainable development at the World Bank EN
IIS 085 Hijacking sustainable development EN

1997

IIS 084 Kyoto : Metzner challenges greenhouse theory EN
IIS 083 UN Reform - Part Eight : human rights and civil society EN
IIS 082 UN Reform – Part seven : focusing on substantive priorities EN
IIS 081 UN Reform – Part six : a new holistic outlook on security EN
IIS 080 UN Reform – Part five : strategic holism EN
IIS 079 UN Reform - Part four : a new UN for the new century EN
IIS 078 The Universal Declaration with a gender perspective EN
IIS 077 UN Reform - Part three : new leadership and management culture EN
IIS 076 UN Reform - Part two : concrete proposals EN
IIS 075 UN Reform - Part one : Annan’s "new UN for the new century" EN
IIS 074 Global governance and the parallel with UN reform EN
IIS 073 Rio + 5 : consensus turning into an "ongoing campaign" EN
IIS 072 The Earth Charter- Part five EN
IIS 071 The Earth Charter- Part four : holism, spirituality and anthropology EN
IIS 070 The Earth Charter - Part three : the "crisis" as ultimatum EN
IIS 069 The Earth Charter - Part two EN
IIS 068 The Earth Charter - Part one : Maurice and Hanne Strong EN
IIS 067 The New Age and the new UN paradigm : commonalities and divergences EN
IIS 066 The UN paradigm shift of the 1990s - Part three : holism EN
IIS 065 The UN paradigm shift of the 1990s - Part two : people-centredness EN
IIS 064 The UN paradigm shift of the 1990s - Part one : introduction EN
IIS 063 US leadership and sustainable development EN
IIS 062 UN spiritual holism and collectivism EN
IIS 061 Reforming education in a changing world : educating to the new consensus EN
IIS 060 The WHO school-health initiative and UNESCO’s population education EN
IIS 059 US and EU "people-centredness" EN
IIS 058 FAO alignment with UN consensus women’s agenda EN
IIS 057 The UN "consensus" EN
IIS 056 Evolution of the reproductive health concept EN

1996

IIS 055 Interview with Gustave Speth, UNDP Administrator EN
IIS 054 UNFPA at the Food Summit EN
IIS 053 The World Bank at the Food Summit EN
IIS 052 The pre-summit consensus of the Rome Food Summit EN
IIS 051 The Rome Food Summit : definition of "food security" EN
IIS 050 Summaries of reports 1-49 EN
IIS 049 Customary law, human rights interpretation and "new rights" EN
IIS 048 FAO World Food Summit : the UNFPA contribution EN
IIS 047 UN 51st General Assembly agenda EN
IIS 046 Reform of the UN human rights machinery EN
IIS 045 Pedophilia vs. crime EN
IIS 044 WHO’s global strategy for changing medical education and practice EN
IIS 043 Local to global networks - Africa and gender EN
IIS 042 The World Bank at Habitat II EN
IIS 041 Milestones in WHO’s strategic pursuit of "equity" EN
IIS 040 WHO’s paradigm of equity EN
IIS 039 The civil society movement and "parallel structures" EN
IIS 038 "Talking about rights is talking law" EN
IIS 037 Habitat II (US/Holy See assessments) EN
IIS 036 UNESCO’s new social contract of 21st century democracy EN
IIS 035 Habitat II and the partnerships breakthrough EN
IIS 034 Habitat II : the spiritual component and "sustainable ethics" EN
IIS 033 Belgian bill to exclude discrimination based on sexual preference EN
IIS 032 Habitat II - A civil society "coup d’Etat" ? EN
IIS 031 Council of Europe’s bioethics convention - Part two EN
IIS 030 Habitat II implementing "gains" of previous conferences EN
IIS 029 Council of Europe’s bioethics convention - Part one EN
IIS 028 Habitat II and the "rights approach" EN
IIS 027 Convention on the rights of the child and the "new rights" EN
IIS 026 How UNICEF implements international UN conferences EN
IIS 025 Breastfeeding and HIV/AIDS transmission controversy EN
IIS 024 Financial crisis of the UN and UN reform EN
IIS 023 UN reform and inter-agency collaboration EN
IIS 022 Coordinated implementation of UN international conferences EN
IIS 021 Restructuring of WHO’s division of reproductive health EN
IIS 020 WHO’s task force on health in development EN
IIS 019 WHO’s new health ethics debate - Part two EN
IIS 018 WHO’s new health ethics debate - Part one EN
IIS 017 WHO’s new health paradigm - Part two EN

1995

IIS 016 WHO’s new health paradigm - Part one EN
IIS 015 NGOs are monitoring governments’ implementation of Cairo and Beijing EN
IIS 014 The reform of the UN according to the US in a nutshell EN
IIS 013 US funding of the UN EN
IIS 012 Financial commitment of European Commission to Cairo plan of action EN
IIS 011 50th anniversary of UN celebrations uses language of new consensus EN
IIS 010 The gender perspective of the European Union EN
IIS 009 Two interviews on gender EN
IIS 008 Conscience, religion and "women’s rights" EN
IIS 007 Nakajima on new human rights EN
IIS 006 "Health security", a new WHO paradigm EN
IIS 005 Minorities taking the lead in Beijing EN
IIS 004 The feminists against the population establishment ? EN
IIS 003 Integration of gender in human rights EN
IIS 002 Lancet denounces "new colonialism" of global women’s agenda EN
IIS 001 UNFPA’s 1995 Annual Report and the Beijing Conference on Women EN