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One United Nations: Catalyst For Progress And Change, Chief Executive Board Of The UN System, July 2005

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Chapter Summary

This chapter presents an account of how UN organizations are working together to assist countries in achieving the Declaration's objectives. The report concentrates on both accountability and action: on accountability for the UN system's performance so far in helping countries to implement the Millennium Declaration and, generally, in improving its effective delivery of services; and on adjusting and accelerating action, as necessary, to help countries meet the Millennium Declaration's objectives. Since the Declaration's adoption, new orientations and approaches have guided the collective work of the UN system in the key areas of poverty eradication and sustainable development; human rights, democracy and governance; and the prevention and management of armed conflicts. These are illustrated in the body of the report.

Keywords: democracy; human rights; Millennium Declaration; poverty eradication; sustainable development; United Nations



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