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The future of the UN's development system [WP1183]

With over 30 agencies devoted to development and other institutions working with them, is it time for the UN to reconsider how they work to reflect how the developing world has changed since the various institutions were created?

Contributors are:

Stephen Browne, Senior Fellow, Ralph Bunche Institute for International Studies; Director, Future of the UN Development System (FUNDS) Project, Geneva

Roberto Bissio, Coordinator, Social Watch, Montevideo

Arsene Balihuta, Senior Presidential Advisor, Office of the President, Government of Uganda, Kampala

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