Our Planet and Human Security

Kentaro Serita, Inoguchi, Takashi, José Ayala-Lasso, Gertrude Mongella, Makoto Iokibe, Kazadi Sanga-Ngoie, Inge Kaul and Adam Roberts (1996). Our Planet and Human Security. United Nations University.

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    Author Kentaro Serita
    Inoguchi, Takashi
    José Ayala-Lasso
    Gertrude Mongella
    Makoto Iokibe
    Kazadi Sanga-Ngoie
    Inge Kaul
    Adam Roberts
    Editor Kentaro Serita
    Inoguchi, Takashi
    Title Our Planet and Human Security
    Publication Date 1996-10-01
    Place of Publication Tokyo
    Publisher United Nations University
    Pages 85
    Language eng
    Abstract Wherever there are human beings, they are going to form social units and live together. For hundreds of years, the nation state has provided one such unit of social order, and it is likely that it will continue to comprise one broad framework of social organization into the 21st century. At the same time, we realize that other forms of social and political organization are becoming increasingly important and effective. Local communities, NGOs and other organizations of the civil society, international organizations like the UN and its affiliates - these are also important and vital aspects of our world. It is hoped that through the discussion of Our Planet and Human Security, we can help to clarify the roles and potential of these aspects of human society and that we can then work to create a more secure world and a more secure planet. We wish to acknowledge the following co-organizers, supporters and co- operating universities: as co-organizer the Kanagawa Foundation for Academic and Cultural Exchange (K-Face); as supporter the Japan Foundation for the United Nations University; and as cooperating universities Aoyama Gakuin University, the International University of Japan, Tsuda College, Chuo University, the International Christian University, Waseda University, Keio University, the University of Tokyo and Tokai University.
    UNBIS Thesaurus SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
    WOMEN'S RIGHTS
    HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
    GLOBALIZATION
    HUMAN SECURITY
    Copyright Holder United Nations University
    Copyright Year 1996
    Copyright type All rights reserved
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