United Nations University International Leadership Institute (UNU/ILI)
Apr 1995, within the framework of F-XF2488 - United Nations University (UNU). Officially launched in Oct 1995, New York NY (USA), on the occasion of the United Nations 50th Anniversary, under the title United Nations University Leadership Academy (UNU/LA). Subsequently changed name to United Nations University International Leadership Academy (UNU/ILA). Also referred to as UNU International Leadership Academy.
Create a network of enlightened future leaders who will enhance global cooperation through dialogue and intercultural exchange; study conflict resolution through negotiation, democracy, justice and solidarity; through leadership training, seek to develop and strengthen responsibility, self-reliance and commitment to service.
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Works under the overall guidance of the Rector of UNU. Director; 4 Programme Officers; support staff. Advisory Committee.
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