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Panel Discussions - Tuesday, February 01, 2011

Towards a More Relevant Coherent and Efficient UN at Country Level

On February 1, 2011, The International Peace Institute (IPI), the Permanent Mission of Norway to the United Nations, and the Permanent Mission of Uruguay to the United Nations held a working lunch roundtable discussion to launch, “The Friends of Delivering as One: Towards a More Relevant, Coherent, and Efficient UN at Country Level.”

Speakers:

Warren Hoge, Vice President for External Relations, International Peace Institute
José Luis Cancela, Permanent Representative of the Mission of Uruguay to the United Nations
Helen Clark, Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme and Chair of the United Nations Development Group
Morten Wetland, Permanent Representative of the Mission of Norway to the United Nations

The meeting was held under the Chatham House rule of non-attribution.

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