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New Zealand's National Business Review
Brash, Wall clash over Hobson's Pledge campaignspecial representtion for Maori. In 2005, with Dr Brash as leader, National ca
Brash, Wall clash over Hobson's Pledge campaign
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 10 hours ago
special representtion for Maori. In 2005, with Dr Brash as leader, National campaigned with "iwi (with a picture of Helen Clark) vs "kiwi" (Dr Brash) billboards and a promise to abolish the Maori seats. But ironically when National next... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Male representation a cultural norm, says expertregister to avoid police feesPerformance evokes water world of past When women
Male representation a cultural norm, says expert
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 12 hours ago
register to avoid police feesPerformance evokes water world of past When women were elected, such as former Prime Minister Helen Clark or Wellington mayor Fran Wilde, and there were calls for there to be more women in such positions, it was common... Read more
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CNBC
Russia, US and Europe at odds over who should be the next boss of the United Nationscandidate, former Prime Minister of New Zealand and current Administrator of th
Russia, US and Europe at odds over who should be the next boss of the United Nations
CNBC / Posted yesterday
candidate, former Prime Minister of New Zealand and current Administrator of the United Nations Development Program, Helen Clark, told CNBC Wednesday that while she is not currently considered a favorite, next week's ballot could soon change... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Don Brash will survive a nuclear holocaust28 percent to 45 in just one month. The Iwi/Kiwi election following year Brash
Don Brash will survive a nuclear holocaust
The New Zealand Herald / Posted yesterday
28 percent to 45 in just one month. The Iwi/Kiwi election following year Brash came within a hair's breadth of knocking Helen Clark off her perch, even though she'd alienated Maori herself by her foreshore and seabed stance. Her hide was saved... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
John Key - Andrew Little wants to be on the 'fringes'John Key thinks Andrew Little ignored Helen Clark's advice as he is too left-wi
John Key - Andrew Little wants to be on the 'fringes'
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 2 days ago
John Key thinks Andrew Little ignored Helen Clark's advice as he is too left-wing. Photo / Mark Mitchell Prime Minister John Key caught up with The Country's Jamie Mackay today from Nelson where he's at an aquaculture conference. Mackay wants to... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Helen Clark's 'centre' is not for Andrew Littleit is shaped like a donut. There is a big hole in the centre. He presented th
Helen Clark's 'centre' is not for Andrew Little
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 2 days ago
it is shaped like a donut. There is a big hole in the centre. He presented this sweet treat after former Prime Minister Helen Clark advised that in order to win an election in New Zealand "you must command the centre ground." Not so, Little... Read more
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The Visayan Daily Star
Overview with Gywnne Dyerexample, the only two names you might recognise, even if you are a political ju
Overview with Gywnne Dyer
The Visayan Daily Star / Posted 3 days ago
example, the only two names you might recognise, even if you are a political junkie, are former New Zealand prime minister, Helen Clark, now Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme, and Antonio Guterres, former prime minister of... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Twyford to chair Labour's election campaignDavid Talbot. Kirton has only been with the party since April but has impresse
Twyford to chair Labour's election campaign
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 3 days ago
David Talbot. Kirton has only been with the party since April but has impressed in that time. A former adviser to Helen Clark, he worked in corporate public relations in London before becoming Labour's general secretary. Labour Party... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Dunne Speaks: Jeremy Little, Andrew Corbyn or Shane Jones?And the idiosyncratic Muldoon era was only ended in 1984 when that witty and fr
Dunne Speaks: Jeremy Little, Andrew Corbyn or Shane Jones?
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 3 days ago
And the idiosyncratic Muldoon era was only ended in 1984 when that witty and friendly Mr Lange came along. In 1999, Helen Clark was elected because she had become the dominant politician of her time. It is no coincidence that along the way,... Read more
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Daily News
Guterres holds lead in UN chief racevotes, seven negative votes and one “no opinion.” New Zealand’s former prime m
Guterres holds lead in UN chief race
Daily News / Posted 3 days ago
votes, seven negative votes and one “no opinion.” New Zealand’s former prime minister and head of the UN Development Program Helen Clark tied with Macedonia’s ex-foreign minister Srgjan Kerim with six encouragements and nine “discourage” votes.... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
ACG: NZ students compete on world stage - ACGdiverse city in the world, with around 200 ethnicities and around 44 per cent o
ACG: NZ students compete on world stage - ACG
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 3 days ago
diverse city in the world, with around 200 ethnicities and around 44 per cent of our workforce born overseas. Former PM Helen Clark, Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme, recommended to University of Auckland students last... Read more
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WA Today
The burden we place on female leadersleaves me cold. I would never vote for any of them. I have a great deal of res
The burden we place on female leaders
WA Today / Posted 4 days ago
leaves me cold. I would never vote for any of them. I have a great deal of respect for Angela Merkel, Julia Gillard and Helen Clark and have hero-worshipped Hillary Clinton for decades. If I could, I would vote for each of them. Indeed, I did... Read more
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Brisbane Times
The burden we place on female leadersleaves me cold. I would never vote for any of them. I have a great deal of res
The burden we place on female leaders
Brisbane Times / Posted 4 days ago
leaves me cold. I would never vote for any of them. I have a great deal of respect for Angela Merkel, Julia Gillard and Helen Clark and have hero-worshipped Hillary Clinton for decades. If I could, I would vote for each of them. Indeed, I did... Read more
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International Business Times
Antonio Guterres remains most popular candidate in race for new UN Secretary-Generalthat hasn't faced that public scrutiny," Younane said. New Zealand's candidate
Antonio Guterres remains most popular candidate in race for new UN Secretary-General
International Business Times / Posted 4 days ago
that hasn't faced that public scrutiny," Younane said. New Zealand's candidate of the position, former Prime Minister Helen Clark, came seventh equal in the latest poll with six encouragement votes out of 15. She has placed between sixth and... Read more
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The Age
The burden we place on female leadersleaves me cold. I would never vote for any of them. I have a great deal of res
The burden we place on female leaders
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
leaves me cold. I would never vote for any of them. I have a great deal of respect for Angela Merkel, Julia Gillard and Helen Clark and have hero-worshipped Hillary Clinton for decades. If I could, I would vote for each of them. Indeed, I did... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The burden we place on female leadersleaves me cold. I would never vote for any of them. I have a great deal of res
The burden we place on female leaders
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
leaves me cold. I would never vote for any of them. I have a great deal of respect for Angela Merkel, Julia Gillard and Helen Clark and have hero-worshipped Hillary Clinton for decades. If I could, I would vote for each of them. Indeed, I did... Read more
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Canberra Times
The burden we place on female leadersleaves me cold. I would never vote for any of them. I have a great deal of res
The burden we place on female leaders
Canberra Times / Posted 4 days ago
leaves me cold. I would never vote for any of them. I have a great deal of respect for Angela Merkel, Julia Gillard and Helen Clark and have hero-worshipped Hillary Clinton for decades. If I could, I would vote for each of them. Indeed, I did... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Helen Clark continues campaign despite drop in UN Secretary General pollHelen Clark was seventh equal of the nine remaining candidates for the UN Secre
Helen Clark continues campaign despite drop in UN Secretary General poll
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 4 days ago
Helen Clark was seventh equal of the nine remaining candidates for the UN Secretary General role. Photo / AP Helen Clark's position has worsened in the latest straw poll for Secretary General of the UN after picking up more votes to discourage her... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Helen Clark media statement on next SG straw pollTuesday, 27 September 2016, 9:11 amPress Release: Helen Clark The UN Security C
Helen Clark media statement on next SG straw poll
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 4 days ago
Tuesday, 27 September 2016, 9:11 amPress Release: Helen Clark The UN Security Council has held its fifth poll on the candidates for UN... Read more
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NZCity
UN: Clark losing support for UN's top jobFormer New Zealand prime minister Helen Clark is losing support in her historic
UN: Clark losing support for UN's top job
NZCity / Posted 4 days ago
Former New Zealand prime minister Helen Clark is losing support in her historic bid to become the first woman to head the United Nations, but she has no plans to quit the race. Miss Clark finished equal seventh in the UN Security Council's fifth... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
Helen Clark stays in UN race after failing to make ground in fifth ballotHelen Clark is remaining in the race for the UN Secretary-General post despite
Helen Clark stays in UN race after failing to make ground in fifth ballot
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 4 days ago
Helen Clark is remaining in the race for the UN Secretary-General post despite finishing seventh equal out of nine candidates in the latest and fifth straw poll. She gained six votes in her favour, nine discourage votes and no “no opinion” votes... Read more
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News 24 South Africa
Portugal's Guterres still leads in UN chief raceindicate whether they would block a candidacy. New Zealand's former prime mini
Portugal's Guterres still leads in UN chief race
News 24 South Africa / Posted 4 days ago
indicate whether they would block a candidacy. New Zealand's former prime minister and head of the UN Development Program Helen Clark tied with Macedonia's ex-foreign minister Srgjan Kerim with six encouragements and nine "discourage" votes. The... Read more
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NZCity
Clark presses on despite poor UN pollFormer prime minister Helen Clark has brushed off a disappointing poll in the r
Clark presses on despite poor UN poll
NZCity / Posted 4 days ago
Former prime minister Helen Clark has brushed off a disappointing poll in the race for the United Nations top job and says the next vote is more crucial. Earlier this month Miss Clark earned six encourage votes, seven discourage and two no opinions,... Read more
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Reuters
Portugal's Guterres leads race for U.N. chief after fifth ballotIrina Bokova of Bulgaria, who is director-general of U.N. cultural organization
Portugal's Guterres leads race for U.N. chief after fifth ballot
Reuters / Posted 4 days ago
Irina Bokova of Bulgaria, who is director-general of U.N. cultural organization UNESCO. Former New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark, who heads the U.N. Development Program, and former Macedonian Foreign Minister Srgjan Kerim tied for sixth,... Read more
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Swissinfo
Portugal's Guterres leads race for U.N. chief after fifth ballotIrina Bokova of Bulgaria, who is director-general of U.N. cultural organisation
Portugal's Guterres leads race for U.N. chief after fifth ballot
Swissinfo / Posted 4 days ago
Irina Bokova of Bulgaria, who is director-general of U.N. cultural organisation UNESCO. Former New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark, who heads the U.N. Development Programme, and former Macedonian Foreign Minister Srgjan Kerim tied for sixth,... Read more
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WBOC Salisbury
Diplomats: Portugal's Guterres tops fifth poll for UN chiefin sixth place with a 6-7-2 vote and former Macedonian Foreign Minister Srgjan
Diplomats: Portugal's Guterres tops fifth poll for UN chief
WBOC Salisbury / Posted 4 days ago
in sixth place with a 6-7-2 vote and former Macedonian Foreign Minister Srgjan Kerim and former New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark, who heads the U.N. Development Program, were tied for seventh with votes of 6-9-0. Moldovan Foreign Minister... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
The Superbowl of politics beginsStates is very much at the centre of our political attention at the moment. Fo
The Superbowl of politics begins
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 4 days ago
States is very much at the centre of our political attention at the moment. For us we're watching the rise and fall of Helen Clark in her bid to become the world's top diplomat at the United Nations. When she launched her bid for the Secretary... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Outlook for Helen Clark worsens in United Nations Secretary General pollHelen Clark was seventh equal of the nine remaining candidates for the UN Secre
Outlook for Helen Clark worsens in United Nations Secretary General poll
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 4 days ago
Helen Clark was seventh equal of the nine remaining candidates for the UN Secretary General role. Photo / AP Helen Clark's position has worsened in the latest straw poll for Secretary General of the UN after picking up more votes to discourage her... Read more
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WLOX-TV Biloxi
Diplomats: Portugal's Guterres tops fifth poll for UN chiefin sixth place with a 6-7-2 vote and former Macedonian Foreign Minister Srgjan
Diplomats: Portugal's Guterres tops fifth poll for UN chief
WLOX-TV Biloxi / Posted 4 days ago
in sixth place with a 6-7-2 vote and former Macedonian Foreign Minister Srgjan Kerim and former New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark, who heads the U.N. Development Program, were tied for seventh with votes of 6-9-0. Moldovan Foreign Minister... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Portugal's Guterres leads race for UN chief after fifth ballotIrina Bokova of Bulgaria, who is director-general of U.N. cultural organisation
Portugal's Guterres leads race for UN chief after fifth ballot
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 4 days ago
Irina Bokova of Bulgaria, who is director-general of U.N. cultural organisation UNESCO. Former New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark, who heads the U.N. Development Programme, and former Macedonian Foreign Minister Srgjan Kerim tied for sixth,... Read more
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Northern Echo
Plans for ‘dream house’ rejectedsaid: “The site certainly merits redevelopment but not in this way which disreg
Plans for ‘dream house’ rejected
Northern Echo / Posted 4 days ago
said: “The site certainly merits redevelopment but not in this way which disregards the welfare on those around it.” Helen Clark, who lives next door, said the house would overshadow her property and result in a loss of privacy for her family... Read more
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Hawaii News Now
Diplomats: Portugal's Guterres tops fifth poll for UN chiefin sixth place with a 6-7-2 vote and former Macedonian Foreign Minister Srgjan
Diplomats: Portugal's Guterres tops fifth poll for UN chief
Hawaii News Now / Posted 4 days ago
in sixth place with a 6-7-2 vote and former Macedonian Foreign Minister Srgjan Kerim and former New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark, who heads the U.N. Development Program, were tied for seventh with votes of 6-9-0. Moldovan Foreign Minister... Read more
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News.com.au
Portugal's Guterres still leads for UN jobtop job, but did not win the support of Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull. Meanw
Portugal's Guterres still leads for UN job
News.com.au / Posted 4 days ago
top job, but did not win the support of Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull. Meanwhile, New Zealand's former prime minister Helen Clark is one of the 10 candidates for the job, and has the support of Prime Minister John Key and his government. The... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Has John Key's advocacy helped Helen Clark win the votes?Prime Minister John Key with UNDP chief Helen Clark at the United Nations Assem
Has John Key's advocacy helped Helen Clark win the votes?
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 5 days ago
Prime Minister John Key with UNDP chief Helen Clark at the United Nations Assembly in New York. Photo / Audrey Young Politics throws up some strange bedfellows and that's certainly the case with Helen Clark and the man who prevented her from... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
UN ambassador: Why Helen Clark is strugglngHelen Clark is still fighting for UN job. Photo / UN Helen Clark faces her fif
UN ambassador: Why Helen Clark is strugglng
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 5 days ago
Helen Clark is still fighting for UN job. Photo / UN Helen Clark faces her fifth Security Council ballot early Tuesday morning (NZ time) to choose the next UN Secretary General, amid rumours that another contender from Eastern Europe is set to join... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
John Key: I won't take a traditional role after being PMministers go down, and that’s because it’s just not my area of interest and I d
John Key: I won't take a traditional role after being PM
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 6 days ago
ministers go down, and that’s because it’s just not my area of interest and I don’t think it’s my area of speciality.” On Helen Clark's UN Sec Gen bid Asked if Helen Clark was maybe too strong a leader for UN Secretary General, Mr Key replied,... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Q+A: John Keyeventually reform is coming to the United Nations. It’s just a question of when
Q+A: John Key
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 6 days ago
eventually reform is coming to the United Nations. It’s just a question of when. CORIN Isn’t that part of the problem for Helen Clark too, isn’t it? She herself has said she’s seen as a strong leader, yet does the United Nations, and in particular... Read more
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NZCity
No plan B for Clark in United Nations bidFormer prime minister Helen Clark says she's not thinking about back-up plans a
No plan B for Clark in United Nations bid
NZCity / Posted 7 days ago
Former prime minister Helen Clark says she's not thinking about back-up plans as crunch time nears in her campaign for the United Nations' top job. Ms Clark is one of nine contenders remaining in the complex race for the position of UN... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
The Nation: Patrick Gower interviews Helen ClarkSaturday, 24 September 2016, 12:33 pmPress Release: The NationOn Youtube clips
The Nation: Patrick Gower interviews Helen Clark
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 7 days ago
Saturday, 24 September 2016, 12:33 pmPress Release: The NationOn Youtube clips from the show are available here.Headlines:Helen Clark says she can win the... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
The Nation: Patrick Gower interviews John Keyresume, actually, in a place like Syria. So yeah, at the margins, you can alway
The Nation: Patrick Gower interviews John Key
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 7 days ago
resume, actually, in a place like Syria. So yeah, at the margins, you can always take a few more. Sure. And quickly now on Helen Clark - a reality check for Kiwis on her chances. Russia, as we’ve discussed, will most likely use that veto against... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Business Highlightsrooms around the globe. Fed wants to put new limits on banks' commodities acti
Business Highlights
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 7 days ago
rooms around the globe. Fed wants to put new limits on banks' commodities activities Related ContentJohn Key believes Helen Clark still in race for United Nations top jobCartoon: Consumerism - A very dire problem caseKevin Smee: Five reasons... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
John Key among friends in the big appleand I still talk to him but I'm pretty sure I'll have a good working relationsh
John Key among friends in the big apple
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 7 days ago
and I still talk to him but I'm pretty sure I'll have a good working relationship with her. You said you'd introduced Helen Clark to Theresa May this week. Are you more or less optimistic about Clark's chances after this week of networking at... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
John Key among friends in the big appleand I still talk to him but I'm pretty sure I'll have a good working relationsh
John Key among friends in the big apple
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 7 days ago
and I still talk to him but I'm pretty sure I'll have a good working relationship with her. You said you'd introduced Helen Clark to Theresa May this week. Are you more or less optimistic about Clark's chances after this week of networking at... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Local govt reforms shelved after pressure from mayorshave had the numbers to pass into law. Related ContentStricter bag limits for
Local govt reforms shelved after pressure from mayors
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 8 days ago
have had the numbers to pass into law. Related ContentStricter bag limits for fishers inevitable - reportJohn Key believes Helen Clark still in race for United Nations top jobBernard Hickey: Prepare for the party to end Lotu-Iiga said today that... Read more
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Bdnews24.com
Bangladesh PM Hasina caught on camera taking photos at international seminaron the sidelines of UN General Assembly. In this photo, she is seen snapping wi
Bangladesh PM Hasina caught on camera taking photos at international seminar
Bdnews24.com / Posted 8 days ago
on the sidelines of UN General Assembly. In this photo, she is seen snapping with her mobile phone while UNDP Administrator Helen Clark was delivering her speech at the seminar, 'South-South and Triangular cooperation in Scaling up Innovation in... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Addressing UN Assembly, Prime Minister of New Zealand Stresses Urgency of Security Council Reformto lead the organization and to keep it relevant and responsive. "We think it'
Addressing UN Assembly, Prime Minister of New Zealand Stresses Urgency of Security Council Reform
AllAfrica.com / Posted 10 days ago
to lead the organization and to keep it relevant and responsive. "We think it's time for a Secretary-General like Helen Clark," he said, noting that Ms Clark, the current Administrator of the UN Development Programme (UNDP), rallies people... Read more
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New Kerala
Transparency, civic participation vital for democracy, say leaders at UN - newkerala.com #121649said that openess in government can improve the economy, while also curbing cor
Transparency, civic participation vital for democracy, say leaders at UN - newkerala.com #121649
New Kerala / Posted 10 days ago
said that openess in government can improve the economy, while also curbing corruption. Former New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark, who is the head of the UN Development Programme, said the open government initiative meshed with ensuring peace... Read more
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The Age
Portugal's Guterres leads UN field, but where's Kevin?to succeed Ban Ki-moon as United Nations secretary-general. One of the early f
Portugal's Guterres leads UN field, but where's Kevin?
The Age / Posted 10 days ago
to succeed Ban Ki-moon as United Nations secretary-general. One of the early favourites, former New Zealand prime minister Helen Clark, was fifth on the shortlist of 12 following the first straw poll conducted by members of the UN Security... Read more
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The Age
Debate over UN top job takes centre stage as Rudd waits in the wingsorganisation's 70-year history that those aspiring to be secretary-general had
Debate over UN top job takes centre stage as Rudd waits in the wings
The Age / Posted 10 days ago
organisation's 70-year history that those aspiring to be secretary-general had engaged in a public debate. New Zealand's Helen Clark deployed her trademark bluntness to pitch her case to an audience watching around the world. "We need a global... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
John Key's UN speech: 'It's time for a Secretary-General like Helen Clark'Prime Minister John Key met Helen Clark to discuss her campaign for UN Secretar
John Key's UN speech: 'It's time for a Secretary-General like Helen Clark'
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 10 days ago
Prime Minister John Key met Helen Clark to discuss her campaign for UN Secretary General at the United Nations earlier this week. Photo/Audrey Young. Prime Minister John Key has used his speech to the United Nations General Assembly to campaign for... Read more
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