Lecture at MIT by the Consul General : "Does the United Nation still matter?"

MIT Stata Center
50 Vassar Street in Cambridge
Building 36 (RLE), 4th floor
Room 36-428 and 36-462
June 3rd at 7:30pm - In French

Since its inception, over 65 years ago, the UN has had to evolve in order to meet the many varied missions it is entrusted with - missions that deal with maintaining peace, world health or questions of development.

But does it have the means to fulfil these ambitions? What challenges does it face? How can it adapt in a world of newly emerging nations and other institutions such as the G20?

These are the main questions that will be addressed by Mr. Christophe Guilhou who spent many years dealing with the UN. Organized by the Université Populaire de Boston.

Last modified on 02/06/2010

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