A Practical Anatomy
Chapter 5: The structure of sessional and intersessional activities
The circulatory system is an organ system that permits blood to circulate and nutrients to be transported around the body. This chapter aims to aid understanding of how the Council is performing its multiple functions during sessions or in the intersessional period of time, thus enabling issues to be discussed and situations tackled. Bodies are composed of fluids, mainly blood, which carry the necessary elements for the body to exercise its functions in a meaningful manner. Resorting to yet another unsatisfactory analogy, the structure of Council sessions and intersessional activities may be equated to the circulatory system, enabling it to perform the numerous functions and responsibilities placed on it by the international community.
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