The Global Journal Issue #08

Imagine that your organization did not exist and you were asked to invent it. What would you do? How would it be fundamentally different from what exists? What would be the differences regarding mandate, resources and objectives?

In its November-December issue, The Global Journal asked the above questions to the Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon and ten United Nations (UN) Execs:

  • Helen Clark - United Nations Development Programme
  • Joseph Deiss - former President of the 65th Session of the General Assembly
  • Francis Gurry - World Intellectual Property Organization
  • Antonio Guterres - United Nations High Commissioner for Refugeers
  • Michel Jarraud - World Meteorological Organization
  • Pascal Lamy - World Trade Organization
  • Supatchai Panitchpakdi - UN Conference on Trade and Development
  • Navi Pillay - Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights
  • Michel Sidibé - United Nations Programme on AIDS/HIV
  • Achim Steiner - United Nations Environment Programme

You can see the full table of contents here.

To read the full interviews, order a copy of the magazine.