An Essay on the United Nations for Students, Kids and Children

The United Nation is an intergovernmental organization which was established on 24 October 1945, in order to promote international cooperation. When United Nations had 51 Member States, the League of Nations was replaced followed by the World War ll so as to prevent any other conflict.

An Essay on United Nations
An Essay on United Nations

Goals

The following are the goals of United Nations:

  • To maintain world peace.
  • Help various countries to get along well with each other.
  • Rise in the standard of living conditions of people across the world.
  • To make the world a better place to stay and live.

History of United Nations:

After the end of World War I, the League of Nations was formed with a clear intention to have a healthy talk between the nations to discuss their differences calmly. But still, there were some countries like Germany, Italy and Japan who denied the League and chose war to solve their problems. However, the League failed because there was no co-operation between the members of the League of Nations, which finally led to the Second World War.

During World War II, the Allied Powers named themselves as “the United Nations” which meant staying united against the Axis Powers. And soon after the War, these Allied Powers formed a new organization for world peace. On 25th April 1945 in San Francisco the members agreed on naming it as “United Nations”. And on 24th October 1945, United Nations was created and held its first meeting in January 1946. 24th October is celebrated as the “United Nations Day”; since 1947.

Headquarters

United Nations headquarters are based in New York City and the International Court of JusticeĀ  is located at The Hague in Netherlands. There are certain important offices of United Nations in Geneva (Switzerland), Nairobi (Kenya) and Vienna (Austria).

Divisions

There are six principal organs set up by the United Nations

1. UN General Assembly
2. UN Secretariat
3. International Court of Justice
4. UN Security Council
5. U.N. Economic and Social Council
6. U.N. Trusteeship Council

The members of the United Nations, set certain goals, resolutions and declarations and positively led towards stopping the spread of HIV and laid platforms to HIV prevention, treatment, care and support services.

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Article Title: An Essay on the United Nations for Students, Kids and Children
Article last re-published on January 16, 2017. Original.