CommentsTo Don M.
Not sure what you mean. Can you please elaborate?
Are you suggesting there will be no cut backs to UNESCO's global humanitarian programs?
Posted by david singer on 02/12 at 07:44 PM | #
You may be a lawyer David, but that doesn't mean you have any "common sense"! The only people who will suffer as a result of this cutback will be the bureaucratic, greedy lunatics!
Posted by Don M. on 02/10 at 01:57 PM | #
UNESCO On The Nose
Posted by David Singer on Feb 9, 2012 at 10:41 AM
Spending $100000 approaching the International Court in the hope of avoiding this parlous situation is an option that UNESCO should grab with both hands.
UNESCO seems set to preside over a looming global humanitarian crisis as it continues to struggle in its efforts to cope with the loss of $260 million - 22% of its projected budget - until the end of 2013.More...
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