Hans Blix delivered the lecture on the theme “UN Reform and World Disarmament”.
Respect for the role of international law and international institutions has, according to many observers, declined in recent years; others argue that over a longer period of time the use of, and thus the respect for, international institutions has increased substantially. There is public debate on this theme and many scholarly contributions have been made. […]
Noeleen Heyzer delivered the lecture on the theme “Women, War and Peace”.
The Dag Hammarskjöld Lecture 2004, given by Noeleen Heyzer, Executive Director, United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM).
Mamphela Ramphele delivered the lecture on the theme: “Courage, commitment and capacity building on Dag Hammarskjöld’s legacy”.
Solutions pour les lois nationales régissant le contrôle des ressources génétiques et des innovations biologiques.
Organised by the Dag Hammarskjöld Foundation, United Nationalities League for Democracy-Liberateed Aread (UNLD-LA) and the National Democratic Front (NLD) in collaboration with the National Reconciliation Program (NRP).
Lakhdar Brahim delivered the lecture on the theme “The Rule of Law at Home and Abroad”.
Issue no.2002:2 (46) of Development Dialogue expands on Annelies Allain’s reflections on the unique struggle by IBFAN to uphold international agreements.
Issue no.2002:1 (45) of Development Dialogue is entirely devoted to the topic of access to information, with a particular emphasis on Southeast Asia.