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1:Identify the six main bodies of the UN (throughout this exercise, do not use acronyms or abbreviations other than “UN” for United Nations, unless you have already written a name out in full). Write each body name, followed by one or two sentences in your own words that explain what that body does.
b. Which of the six main bodies has had its operations suspended for more than 25 years?
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2 What is the major advantage or power that is granted to the five permanent members of the Security Council?
3:For this part of this question you will categorize each of the 17 UN goals as being either economic, social or environmental. Write a numbered list of the 17 goals in order using the titles that appear in the colored boxes, with each goal followed by the name of one of the three categories (economic, social or environmental) that most characterizes that goal. If you find a goal shares characteristics of two categories, write the name of the category that most characterizes the goal first, followed by the secondary category. Do not use more than two of the categories for any one goal. The majority of the 17 goals should fall into only one category. To maintain a list format, make sure each goal appears on a separate line.
b. In two to four clear sentences, provide a specific example from a recent (this semester) news article in The Economist that illustrates how one of these sustainable development goals is being either more or less successfully addressed. Do not use any domestic U.S. issues as examples. Do not use blurbs from the “The world this week: Politics” section of the magazine; use substantive articles. Be sure to cite the article by indicating its title (preferably from the table of contents) and the date of the issue of The Economist in which it appears. Explain what the example is and how the specific item in the news in a particular place relates directly to a particular sustainable development goal.
identify three rights in the UDHR that are clearly far from being adopted in all countries today (you may quote the UDHR article if you wish or use your own words, but either way you must clearly say what the right entails). Use three separate UDHR articles to pick three separate rights, not multiple rights from a single UDHR article. Do not use the preamble or Articles 1, 2 or 30 to select rights for this exercise. Confine the three articles you choose to Articles 3-29.
b. In two to four clear sentences, provide a specific example from a recent (this semester) news article in The Economist that illustrates how one of the rights you chose in part a of this question is being violated in some part of the world. Do not use any domestic U.S. issues as examples. Do not use blurbs from the “The world this week: Politics” section of the magazine; use substantive articles. Be sure to cite The Economist article by its title and publication date and make clear how the specific item in the news in a particular place illustrates a significant violation of the right.
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