United Nations

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United Nations

The United Nations is an intergovernmental organizations to promote international co-operation. This began after World War II to prevent future conflicts and keep peace. The founders of the United Nations are mainly France, Denmark, Ecuador, Australia, Canada, and Belgium. The headquarters for the United Nations is located in New York City, New York.

How the United Nations Started

The United Nations was established on October 24, 1945 after World War. Twenty seven countries agreed to be apart of the United Nations after the war in 1945. It was created to prevent another big conflict.

Effects of the United Nations

The United Nations created peace and security, economic development, and in short terms, peace operations have made positive contributions to peace building, helping parties implement peace agreements.

Lasting Impact

United Nations has continued to promote human rights and environment and international law. Since the general assembly of human rights in 1948 the United Nations has helped to develop dozens of legally binding agreements on political, civil, economic, social, and cultural rights. The United Nations' security council is one of the most important and powerful bodies. The security council are primarily responsible for maintenance of international peace and security.

Persuasion of United Nations

The United Nations is the most significant event that was apart of World War One because it created a peace statement after the war to prevent future conflicts. The structure of the United Nations was meant to maintain the "status quo" of the order of the world. It was necessary to create a new organization after the League of Nations failed. This is the most important event that was apart of World War One because without the United Nations there would be further conflicts, unnecessary wars, and no organization to keep the peace.