6 edition of Basic Facts About the United Nations found in the catalog.
by United Nations Publications
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||348|
This is a new edition of this publication which describes the structure and activities of the United Nations and its organisations, and looks at its work under the headings of: international peace and security; economic and social development; human rights; humanitarian action; international law; and decolonisation. It also includes details of UN websites, UN member states, past and present. Jan 14, · veterans-opex.com This is the summary of Basic Facts about the United Nations by United Nations.
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Basic Facts About the United Nations. New York: United Nations Publications, This book contains a general introduction to the role and function of the United Nations and related agencies, highlighting and outlining main objectives and achievements. Basic Facts about the United Nations. United Nations, New York, NY. Office of Public Information. The work of the United Nations is described in summary form. Material is divided into sections on the origin, programs, purpose, principles, and structure of the United Nations; the United Nations at work for International Peace; the United Nations.
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The United Nations is an international organization created to maintain international peace and promote human rights. 2. It was founded in after the Second World War. 3. The U.N. began with 51 countries and is now comprised of Member States.
4. The U.N. reaches virtually every corner of the world.