United Nations Day

October 24, 2021

Oct 24 - United Nations Day

What Is United Nations Day?

On October 24th, 1945 the United Nations was officially created. This global organization was established in order to prevent future devastating wars. The United Nations objectives now include protecting human rights, maintaining international peace and security, providing humanitarian aid, upholding international law, and promoting sustainable development. The United Nations member states work in collaboration to maintain world peace and security as well as foster cooperation between nations to solve economic, social, cultural, and/or humanitarian international problems.

When Is United Nations Day?

Working to make our world safer, on October 24th we celebrate United Nations Day.

History Of United Nations Day

United Nations Day commemorates the anniversary of the beginning of the United Nations in 1945. United Nations Day has been celebrated since 1971 by the United Nations General Assembly.

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