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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 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
Sorting out Syria STEP 1 Find out about Syria by asking great questions STEP 3 Make a difference by persuading our Government to listen to us. STEP 2 Work.
The United Nations Main Aims: Tolerance and friendship among all nation, racial or religious groups. Maintenance of peace.
AUSTRALIA AS A GLOBAL CITIZEN Australias role in the united Nations.
The UN. The United Nations The UN came into existence in June 1945 after a conference held in San Fransisco. 51 Countries signed the Charter of the United.
The United Nations. Why? Prevent future wars Prevent future wars Replaced the League of Nations after WWII (1945) Replaced the League of Nations after.
Human rights are defined as the basic moral entitlement and freedoms that belong to every person in the world. They are things that are absolutely necessary.
The United Nations By CSPE.tv CSPE.tv. Certain materials in this presentation are included under the Fair Use exemption of the U.S. Copyright Law and/or.
UN. What is the UN? The UN is an organization that promotes peace between countries.
By the end of the lesson you should be able to answer these questions… 1.What does the United Nations say about rights? 2.Is there a link between rights.
Current Events Assignment. Please do not talk at this timeMay 22 Sign up for a group on the board. This group will look at a series of articles from a.
The decision making in the UN. The General Assembly Security Council International Court of Justice Economic and Social Council Secretariat Trusteeship.
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Empowerment. What is empowerment? When people are empowered, they have the ability to make choices and change their world. People have control over their.
The UN CHV20. The United Nations is an international organization that is almost like a world government. The headquarters building is in New York City.
European Union Introduction to the EU. The Basics The European Union is a group of countries whose governments work together. It's a bit like a club.
Structure and Aims of the UN Sukrit, Han Yang, Yi xiang 401.
To Next Slide Unit 1 Chapter 2 Lesson 3 A United Country 20 Questions!
To use media clips and the war in Darfur to understand the work of the United Nations in their attempt to gain peace.
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT UN Declarations. What is the UN? The United Nations (UN) is an international organization whose stated aims are facilitating cooperation.
Supporting Childrens Rights and Entitlements Outcome One Childrens Rights PC b) Explain a range of rights and entitlements relating to children.
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The Constitution Preamble ~ Explains why the Constitution was written Articles (7) ~ Describe how the government works and how the Constitution works.
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The Civic Mirror civicmirror.com What Is? The Civic Mirror What kind of citizen will you become?
Articles II and III Information in RED can/will be tested…
What do these 5 countries have in common? China France Russia UKUSA They are the 5 permanent members of the UN Security Council.
1 The right to vote of persons with intellectual disabilities and persons with mental health problems in the European Union.
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