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Friday, April 21, 2006 

UN Reform for the Rest of Us: An Agenda for Grassroots Accountability

Michael Kagan April 14, 2006

Editor: John Gershman, IRC

This month, the United Nations fundamentally restructured the way it supervises and promotes human rights around the world. But to understand what the UN has and has not done on the reform front over the past year, let me begin with a story I heard along the Sudanese border in Uganda a few years ago.

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