Human Security: The Emerging Paradigm for Understanding Global Vulnerabilities

Speaker:
Sadako Ogata President, Japan Cooperation Agency; Former United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (1991-2000)
Presider:
Kati Marton Journalist and Human Rights Activist
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