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The South Centre' (the Centre) "is an intergovernmental organization of developing countries established by an Intergovernmental Agreement (Treaty) which came into force on 31 July 1995 with its headquarters in Geneva.
"The South Centre has grown out of the work and experience of the South Commission and its follow-up mechanism, and from recognition of the need for enhanced South-South co-operation. The Report of the South Commission -- emphasized that the South is not well organized at the global level and has thus not been effective in mobilizing its considerable combined expertise and experience, nor its bargaining power." 
- Executive Director, Martin Khor
- Former Executive Director, Yash Tandon 2005-2009
Accessed June 2008: 
- Yousef Al Zalzalah Kuwait
- Emeka Anyaoku Nigeria
- Norman Girvan Jamaica
- Deepak Nayyar India
- Jose Antonio Ocampo Colombia
- Zhaoxing Li China
- Leticia Ramos Shahani Philippines
- 2006- Benjamin William Mkapa Tanzania
- 2003-2006 Boutros Boutros-Ghali Egypt
- 2002-2003 Gamani Corea Sri Lanka
- 2000-2001 (a.i.) Luis Fernando Jarmillo Colombia
- 1995-1999 Mwalimu Julius K. Nyerere Tanzania
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- ↑ A South IGO, South Centre, accessed June 14, 2008.
- ↑ Board Members, South Centre, accessed June 14, 2008.