United Except At the Top

U.N. Secretary-General BOUTROS BOUTROS-GHALI has begun a much needed streamlining of the organization's unwieldy bureaucracy. Among the first to go was Therese Sevigny, the Canadian who headed public information. But that leaves no top-ranking women at the New York City mother ship of the institution that purports to represent everyone on earth. Women at the U.N. are fuming. The U.N. charter clearly prohibits sex discrimination. Well, it sounds good.


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