In 2000, the United Nations laid out a series of eight goals meant to guide humankind in the new century.
Called the Millennium Development Goals, these targets are to be met by 2015 and are to lay the foundation for a prosperous future.
In Race Against Time, Stephen Lewis advances real solutions to help societies across the globe achieve the Millennium Goals.
Through lucid, pragmatic explanations, he shows how dreams such as universal primary education, a successful war against the AIDS pandemic, and environmental sustainability, are within the grasp of humanity.
For anyone interested in forging a better world in the third millennium, Race Against Time is powerful testimony..
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