Created 75 years ago in the ashes of World War II, the United Nations today remains true to its founding mission: to bring nations and peoples together to preserve peace and security, and improve lives everywhere.
Equality and the dignity of all people remain its guiding principles, enshrined in the UN Charter, signed in San Francisco on June 26 1945.
On this historic anniversary, let’s reflect on all that humanity has achieved together, and all that is still left to do. And let’s recommit to the vision of the UN Charter – it’s more relevant today than ever before.
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UN Deputy Secretary-General Amina J. Mohammed joined advocates and activists from all 50 U.S. states for a conversation hosted by the United Nations Association of the USA on Charter Day.View the Recording
Listen to the acclaimed UN Dispatch podcast with Mark Goldberg, for a special series on the UN’s 75th Anniversary. Plus get expert perspectives on issues like climate change and equality.Listen
The President of the UN General Assembly hosted a virtual event on Charter Day, June 26, featuring a commemoration ceremony and a series of interactive dialogues.WATCH HERE