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United Nations (UN) Biography

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“The United Nations is not a world government and it does not make laws. It does, however, provide the means to help resolve international conflicts and formulate policies on matters affecting all of us.” (accessed Apr. 19, 2007)


“The central role of the United Nations in the promotion of peace and security, development and human rights around the world was recognized on 10 December 2001, when the UN and its Secretary-General were awarded the centennial Nobel Peace Prize. Today, every nation in the world participates in the activities of this international body dedicated to the service of humanity.”

“Image & Reality,” (accessed Feb. 4, 2008)

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