U.N.’s 2015 Priorities Centered Around Global Action For Development, Peace, Human Rights, Ban Says
U.N. News Centre: ‘2015 can and must be time for global action,’ Ban declares, briefing U.N. Assembly on year’s priorities
“Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon looked forward to a ‘year of opportunity,’ as he briefed the 193-Member United Nations General Assembly on his priorities for 2015, and called for transformative global action that would ensure sustainable development and human dignity for all. ‘2015 is a chance for major advances across the three inter-connected pillars of our work: development, peace, and human rights,’ he said during an informal meeting of the Assembly…” (1/8).
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