australia's role in united nations

Outline Australia’s positions and responsibilities in the United Nations

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australia has many roles in the UN. In 1945 Doc Evatt led Australia's delgeation to help found the Un.
Doc Evatt also help draft the UN mandate.
Australia has led peace keeping operations such as East Timor and supporst ventures in UNesco such as the memory of the world program.
The memory of the world programs seeks to preserve important documents.
Australia has signed many act such as the universial decleration of human rights, including racial and sexual discrimination. this is evident through the echos in australian law. For example family seeks the best interest of the child thus conforming with the rightd of the child act.
also australia has come into conflict with the un through recent mandatory detention policies.

hope this is enought to get you started
good luck

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  10. Australia is a strong supporter of the counter-terrorism committee.
    australia is providing $2 million in humanitarian assistance to flood victims in southern africa.
    aus is providing an other $2 million to the World Food Program for Zimbabwe.
    aus is involved in the un assistance mission in afghanistan.
    just some stuff i found about australias current involvement in the un. hope its some help!

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  13. The United Nations is an international organization aimed at achieving world peace by supporting global security, economic development, social progress and human rights efforts. The UN currently holds 192 members from all over the world in its 5 different administrative bodies; General Assembly, Security Council, Economic and Social Council, Secretariat and International court of justice. The representatives meet at regular meetings throughout the year at the organizations headquarters in New York City to decide on substantive and administrative issues happening on a global scale.
    The UN was founded as a successor to the League of Nations in 1945 after the end of WW2. Its purpose was to end conflicts of the time as its previous council had been unsuccessful in preventing such outbreaks, hence the start of WW2. The name ‘United Nations’ was first heard in the 1942 Declaration by United Nations by Winston Churchill and Frank D. Roosevelt, which united the allied countries under the Atlantic charter. The UN officially came into existence upon the signing of the Charter by the five prominent members of the Security Council; France, Republic of China, Soviet Union, United Kingdom and the United States. The United Nations is based on five organs all devoted to different areas.

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