United Nations Flag
What do you think the United Nation flag/logo stands for?
The logo represents unity among the countries apart of the United Nations. This shows how the countries involved come together as one to solve problems of the world without violence. Avoiding wars would be beneficial for all countries because there would be no post-war crisis within the countries that would affect any other countries economically. The target placed on the countries represents the goal that every country wants to achieve which is peace and harmony. Olive branches wrapped around the target and countries stands for the peace. Also, the color used for the flag is a calming blue, which adds to the peaceful vibe that the designers of this flag were trying to give off.
- When & Why the United Nations was created?
- What is the mission of the United Nations?
- How did the United Nations hope to avoid the problems encountered by the League of Nations?
- What the 6 principle organs of the UN & how do they function?
General Assembly: Debates issues and recommends actions.
Security Council: Authorizes economic and military actions in settling disputes.
International Court of Justice: Decides questions of international law.
Economic & Social Councils: Sponsors trade and human rights organizations.
Secretariat: Administrator of UN coordinates work in UN agencies.