It reveals wide-spread misinformation about what awaits migrants on their journeys and in countries of temporary residence, particularly Algeria and Libya, where migrants reported abusive treatment, physical violence, and/or threats.
While the School of Arts and Sciences is thoroughly represented in this online collection, the University Archives also has several issues of the Hippocratean, the Medical School's yearbook.
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In preparing the work, the editorial team researched and drew information from more than 10,000 official United Nations documents pertaining to all aspects of the Organization’s work.
The present volume records the work of the United Nations in 2012 as the Organization responded to the regional calamity of civil war in Syria as well as other threats to international peace and security, including the complex crisis in the Sahel region of Africa and unconstitutional changes of government and political violence elsewhere in the world.
represents “one more chapter in the enduring mission of the United Nations to stand up for the most vulnerable and to work to achieve peace, justice and better standards of living in larger freedom for all”.
With its comprehensive coverage of political and security matters, human rights issues, economic and social questions, legal concerns, and institutional, administrative and budgetary proceedings, the includes all major General Assembly, Security Council and Economic and Social Council resolutions and decisions, uniquely placing them in a United Nations narrative context of consideration, deliberation and action.
Within each yearbook, you will find six major sections: Administration, Faculty, Seniors, Superlatives, Sports, and Clubs, all scanned in high resolution and available to you.It also recounts how the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development (“Rio 20”) confirmed a global commitment to economic development, social inclusion and environmental sustainability.The volume further sets forth progress in meeting the world’s humanitarian needs, realizing the Millennium Development Goals, taking action on climate change, addressing the global jobs crisis, and promoting human rights, justice and international law.In 1931 the yearbook staff decided to focus the yearbooks on the senior class instead of the junior class and so published a transition volume dated 1930/31.The yearbook documents the students and activities of the College (later the College of Arts and Sciences) and most of the Schools.