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The UN is an international organization that was founded in 1945 with the goal of preventing wars. It has 193 member states and several different bodies, including the General Assembly, the Economic and Social Council, the Security Council, and the Human Rights Council. The UN also has a judicial body, the International Court of Justice. The secretary-general is the UN's highest diplomatic representation.

  • 00:00:00 The UN was founded in 1945 to prevent future wars. It has 193 members, all of which are required to abide by the UN's charter, which states among other things that the organization is to promote peace, security, and development. The organization's main body is the General Assembly, in which all member states are represented. Each state has one vote. The UN also has an Economic and Social Council, a Security Council, and a Human Rights Council. The UN's main goals are to uphold international law and to promote cooperation between nations.
  • 00:05:00 The UN's judicial body, the International Court of Justice, was established in 1945. It was made continued after 1946 from the Permanent Court of Justice, which was the predecessor. The secretary-general is the administrative body's titular head in the UN's highest diplomatic representation, with responsibility for convening the Security Council, the General Assembly, and other UN organs.

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