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GPP 115: Global Poverty - Challenges and Hopes in the New Millennium: Introduction

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International Flagship Reports

The Global Report and Global Appeal.  From the United Nations Refugee Agency. 
Human Development Report.  From the United Nations Human Development Programme.
State of the World's Children. From the United Nation's Children's Fund (UNICEF). 
State of the World's Cities. From the UN Commission on Human Settlements.
State of World Population. From the United Nations Population Fund.
World Development Report. From the World Bank.
World Disaster's Report. From the International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent.

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