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The Brandt Report
In 1977, Robert McNamara (the president of the World Bank) calls upon Willy Brandt to be the head of the ?independent Commission for international development issues.? Brandt accepted this assignment. He assembled a group of international statesmen and leaders to take a close look at the failure of the global economy and the problems plaguing developing nations, the north-south commission. The Brandt Commission made a set of recommendations to governments, international agencies, and the global public. It proposed a restructuring of the global economy, along with a new approach to the problems of development, including an emergency program to eliminate poverty in developing nations. The report over two years to compile. On February 12, 1980 the Commission presents its "North-South Report" to the Secretary-General of the United Nations in New York. The Brandt Commission offered the international community a vision for balancing the creation of wealth with the provision of public services, anticipating new foundations for the future of civilization.…
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