The State of the World's Children 1995
Key strategies behind progress made and the upcoming 1995 World Summit for Social Development.
The State of the World's Children 1995 has as its centrepiece an account of what is being achieved following the specific promises that were made by world leaders at the 1990 World Summit for Children. Set against the backdrop of genocide in Rwanda, the report examines key threats to human security – including economic exclusion and political instability – that deprive millions of children of the right to develop fully in mind and body. It highlights key strategies behind progress that has been made and calls upon the upcoming 1995 World Summit for Social Development to break down the broad challenges of the global development consensus into doable propositions.