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La Coopération internationale en Afrique: Le Congrès de Mogadiscio / INTERNATIONAL CO-OPERATION IN AFRICA : THE MOGADISHU CONFERENCE
Giuseppe A. COSTANZO
Vol. 10, No. 2 (1960), pp. 161-164
Published by: Institut de Sociologie de l'Université de Bruxelles
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41230673
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World peace depends on the welfare of all peoples, based on their economic and social development. This principle, which is thoroughly acknowledged today, has led to a development of international co-operation, under the lead of the United Nations and thanks to the spreading of liberal and socialist principles. An evaluation of the work accomplished by international organizations in the field of international co-operation in Africa was carried out at an International Conference held at the new seat of the University Institute of Somalia, Mogadishu, from 14 to 16 January 1960. At this conference, papers were read by the Secretary-General of the United Nations and representatives from the U.N. Consultative Council for Somalia, the International Labour Organization, the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization, Unesco and the World Health Organization, the International Confederation of Free Trade Unions, the Union of International Associations and Incidi. Prof Ambrosini presented a paper on the principles of international co-operation. Other reports, read by representatives of the C.C.T.A., the European Economic Commission and the U.N. Economic Commission for Africa are published in this issue, together with a general survey of economic and financial needs and of methods of co-operation in Africa, by Prof Vedovato.
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