United Nation

Firstly, the term United Nations was suggested by US President Franklin Delano Roosevelt and used in the Declaration of United Nations which was signed in Washington, D.C., on 1 January 1942 during World War II. The building of the united nation is a skyscraper in Manhattan in New York City. Wallace Harrison led the group of architects who designed and it was built in International Style with 39 above-ground stories. The site is exempted from local regulations of New York City. The groundbreaking occurred on September 14, 1948, and was completed in June 1951.

Founding Members

The Charter of the United Nations was signed by 50 countries on 26th June 1945 and another country Poland signed it on 15 Oct 1945. All 51 countries are the founding members of the United Nations who were invited in 1945 to the San Francisco Conference, Where the United Nations Charter and Statute of the International Court of Justice were adopted. Currently, till Sep 2022 there are 193 United Nations Member States. Each Member State has one seat in the United Nations General Assembly.

 Blue Color of the United Nations

Blue color represents the sky and the sea both are open spaces also associated with freedom, imagination, inspiration, and inner peace. Blue also represents the meanings of wisdom, faith, loyalty, confidence, and stability. The “UN blue” color became an integral part of the visual identity of the Organization. Blue asks for peace in war. The emblem of the UN consists of a map of the world and olive branches symbolize peace. The emblem and flag of the UN speak to the hopes and dreams of peace and unity for the people of the world.

Languages of the United Nations

There are six languages that are declared official languages of the United Nations: Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian, and Spanish. For clear and concise communication on issues of global importance, it is necessary to make sure of the correct interpretation and translation of these languages.

The Purposes of the United Nations

The purposes of the United Nations are to keep international peace and security. Take measures to remove threats to the peace. Make adjustments and settlements of international disputes which might lead to war. Make sure friendly relations between the nations are based on respect. Take appropriate measures to strengthen the peace of the Global Village. Develop international cooperation to resolve problems of social, economic, cultural, and humanitarian. Respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms for everyone without distinction as to sex, language, race, and religion.

Principles of the United Nations

The principles of the Organization are based on equality and sovereignty for all’s. Everyone will ensure to settle international disputes by peaceful means and not endanger the peace of the global village. No one threat or uses force against the territorial integrity or political independence of any state. Everyone shall assist the United Nations in any action it takes as per the charter against aggression.  Make sure the non-member states act as per United Nations guidelines and principles of international peace and security. United Nations does not intervene in matters which are within the domestic jurisdiction of the member state. (Ref: – https://www.un.org/en/about-us/un-charter)

The world without United Nations

If we look at the world without the United Nations, we see hunger, pandemic diseases, wounded displaced peoples, and destruction, at large scales. Arrogant so-called leaders who are on standby to conquer the weaker and poorer Nations for their interests. No progress on global issues and future threats to the world. Lack of coordination between the nations leads to wars.

What The United Nations Doing

United Nations performs its role to maintain International Peace and Security, protect Human Rights, deliver Humanitarian Aid, support Sustainable Development and Climate actions and uphold International Laws.

Empowerment of the United Nations

During seventy-seven years United Nations has grown exponentially, designing & build organizations and agencies to improve most aspects of human existence. United Nations several times save mankind from world wars. There are still lots to do. We have to play the role to empower the United Nations for the betterment of myself, for you, for our, and for mankind.


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