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1 United Nations: Global Classrooms Sagrados Corazones

2 195 Countries in the World Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon

3 The aims of United Nations To keep peace throughout the world. To develop friendly relations between nations. To work together to help people live better lives, to eliminate poverty, disease and illiteracy in the world, to stop environmental destruction and to encourage respect for each other's rights and freedoms. To be a centre for helping nations achieve these aims.

4 United Nations. Main Bodies General Assembly Economic and Social Council International Court of Justice Security Council Trusteeship Council Secretariat World Health Organization (WHO)

5 First Committee (Disarmament and International Security Committee) is concerned with disarmament and related international security questions; Second Committee (Economic and Financial Committee) is concerned with economic questions; Third Committee (Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Committee) deals with social and humanitarian issues; matters. Fourth Committee (Special Political and Decolonization Committee) deals with a variety of political subjects not dealt with by the First Committee, as well as with decolonization; Fifth Committee (Administrative and Budgetary Committee) deals with the administration and budget of the United Nations Sixth Committee (Legal Committee) deals with international legal matters. United Nations. Main Comittees

6 World Health Organization WHO is the directing and coordinating authority for health within the United Nations system. It is responsible for providing leadership on global health matters, shaping the health research agenda, setting norms and standards, articulating evidence-based policy options, providing technical support to countries and monitoring and assessing health trends. It generally meets in Geneva in May each year, and is attended by delegations from all 194 Member States. Dr Margaret Chan

7 Symbol of the Country Comittee:(Se pone el nombre del comité, no hace falta la palabra comittee TOPIC: Country: Delegates: Name –surname-school Date: 9 December-2010 FORMATO: Márgenes de 2,5 cm en todo el documento Font: Times New Roman 12. Formal skeleton

8 Presentation Comitte, the topic and the comitee in a specific way(for example we can speak about something important along country history.( Pan de Hamburguesa) Reference: Website(org, net, edu,…) Newspaper, don´t forget write date, author, date when we got information, name of the article. Paragraph 1

9 EJEMPLO Comittee: World Health Organization Topic: Deal with aging population Country: Spain Delegate: Olga Gómez Bezanilla 1º Introducción del país en relación con el tema España está ubicado en el suroeste europeo, posición estratégica de interés internacional a lo largo de la historia en las rutas de comunicación entre la población de Africa y Europa. España dispone de una población 46.081.574 habitantes de los cuales ha superado la edad de jubilación un 17,36% en el año 2010. Paragraph 1

10 Citations Citations = Citas Sources = Fuentes

11 Citations What are some examples of sources?

12 Sources -Books -Newspaper Articles (Periódico) -News (Noticias) -Internet (.org/.gov/.edu) Example: Not Wikipedia! -People (Experts) -Pamphlet (Folleto) -Atlas


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