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The United Nations Aims What is it? History of… UN Charter
What is it? The United Nations (UN) is an international organisation made up of nearly every country in the world.
Leaders from all the countries get together and have big meetings at their headquarters in New York, USA 4 They vote on massive decisions which affect the whole world!
History of the U.N... The U.N was formed in 1945. What major world conflict ended in 1945? Why would this event make people around the world think that human rights needed to be protected?
The UN's aims... 1) To prevent conflict/war 2) To promote respect for human rights 3) To enforce international law
The U.N Charter... The U.N Charter is like the referee's rule book which acts as a international law. All countries have to sign to say they will follow the rules.
When a country breaks the rules and goes against the U.N Charter the U.N is supposed to enforce sanctions. These can be... 1) Trade being stopped with the country 2) Military action
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