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The 2005 Report on the World Social Situation: The Inequality Predicament

August 2005

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United Nations

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"Over the years, the Report has served as a background document for discussion and policy analysis of socio-economic matters at the intergovernmental level, and has aimed at contributing to the identification of emerging social trends of international concern and to the analysis of relationships among major development issues which have both international and national dimensions."

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