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Major United Nations Conferences: 1990s

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This appendix section of the book Global Civil Society in International Lawmaking and Global Governance presents the table of major global United Nations conferences. The book examines the role of global civil society (GCS) in international lawmaking within the contemporary system of global governance. The political and social science concepts of global governance and GCS have emerged in international law scholarship in relation to new understandings of the generation of rules of international law. An accurate theory of international lawmaking in the contemporary context should include an assessment of the effects of actual practices of GCS actors in international lawmaking mechanisms.

Keywords: global civil society (GCS); international lawmaking; UN conferences



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