The United Nations is an inter-governmental organization dedicated to promoting peace and security among nations and developing global efforts to fight economic, social, cultural, and humanitarian problems. It was established on October 24, 1945 with the ratification of the UN Charter by a majority of member states.
The United Nations has three founding documents:
1. UN Charter: This document acts like a constitution for the UN.
2. Statute of the International Court of Justice: This document lays out the roles, responsibilities and procedures of the ICJ.
3. Universal Declaration of Human Rights: This is a list of rights that the UN believes belong to all people. It is also available in over 300 different languages at the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, a subsidiary of the UN.
In order to receive the Certificate in Research Skills for Practice, you must complete assignments from six of the certification classes you attend. The assignment for the UN class is due two-three weeks from the day you attended the session.
Email the assignment to Karina Condra at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please put you name on the assignment and in the file name.