The United Nations and the New United Nations (NUN) February 2020

Peacekeeping by the United Nations and the New United Nations (NUN) February 2020

For many years, I have been puzzled by the United Nations on what they can do, on situations when one or more country are in jeopardy, due to diseases, health issues, virus, Tyrants, war torn countries, threat to peace, act of aggression or war?

This is what I came up with in my research.  I have not included all of the United Nations laws and articles as they are abundant, but if you are interested, I have several links as you read on or you can Google it. I will also explain as simple as possible, on my New United Nations Plan.

US President Franklin D. Roosevelt considered his most important legacy the creation of the United Nations, making a permanent organization out of the wartime Alliance of the same name. He was the chief promoter of the United Nations idea.

Peacekeeping by the United Nations, is a role held by the Operations as “a unique and dynamic instrument developed by the organization, as a way to help countries torn by conflict, to create the conditions for lasting peace”. It is distinguished from peace building, peacemaking, and peace enforcement although the United Nations does acknowledge that all activities are “mutually reinforcing” and that overlap between them is frequent in practice.

How does the Security Council determine the existence of any threat to the peace, breach of the peace, or act of aggression?

Article 39 of the United Nations Charter 

The Security Council shall determine the existence of any threat to the peace, breach of the peace, or act of aggression. The range of situations which the Security Council determined, as giving rise to threats to the peace includes country-specific situations, such as inter- or intra-State conflicts or internal conflicts, with a regional or sub-regional dimension.

Furthermore, the Security Council has identified potential or generic threats, as threats to international peace and security, such as terrorist acts, the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, the proliferation and illicit trafficking of small arms and light weapons.

The context in which the Security Council determined a situation as giving rise to breaches of the peace is narrower. The Security Council has determined a breach of the peace, only in situations involving the use of armed force. Only in a very few cases in its history, has the Security Council ever determined the existence of an act of aggression by one State against another.

For more information on how the Security Council has applied Article 39 of the Charter over the years, see the Repertoire’s Actions with Respect to Threats to the Peace, Breaches of the Peace, and Acts of Aggression (Chapter VII), under Article 39.

What are sanctions?

Article 41 

Of the Charter of the United Nations, gives the Security Council the authority to impose measures not involving the use of armed force. For more information on sanctions measures, visit the sanctions committees website. The Repertoire also covers how Article 41 has been applied and interpreted by the Security Council, as well as the sanctions committees and other bodies that have been created to monitor mandatory measures.

What kind of measures involving the use of armed force has the Security Council imposed in the past?

Article 42 of the United Nations Charter 

Gives the Security Council the authority to take action by air, sea or land forces as may be necessary to maintain or restore international peace and security.

The Security Council has authorized military force to reverse or repel aggression by one State against another (in the context of the 1950 Korean War and the aggression of Iraq against Kuwait in 1990).

Since 1990, the Security Council has increasingly authorized the use of force under Chapter VII of the Charter — in different circumstances and to varying degrees.

It has authorized a number of naval blockades to enforce sanctions (in Iraq, the former Yugoslavia, Haiti and Sierra Leone).

It has authorized a limited use of force by United Nations peacekeeping operations (such as in the former Yugoslavia, Somalia, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Kosovo and East Timor, and by regional arrangements (such as the ECOWAS Mission in Côte d’Ivoire (ECOMICI), the European Union force in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (EUFOR R.D. Congo) and the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM).

Furthermore, it has authorized the use of “all necessary means” or “all necessary measures” by multinational forces (such as in Somalia, Haiti, Rwanda, Eastern Zaire, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, East Timor, Bunia in the DRC, Liberia and Iraq.

For all the relevant studies on authorization of use of force by the Security Council since 1946, see Actions with respect to Threats to the Peace, Breaches of the Peace, and Acts of Aggression (Chapter VII), under Article 42.

What are the rules for the use of force by States?

Besides the authorization of the use of force by the Security Council as indicated above, Member States can use force when exercising their right to self-defence according to Article 51 of the United Nations Charter. Member States can exercise the right to self-defence only in the event of an “armed attack” and “until the Security Council has taken measures necessary to maintain international peace and security”. Otherwise, Article 2 (4) of the Charter states that all Members of the United Nations shall refrain in their international relations from the threat or use of force against the territorial integrity or political independence of any State, or in any other manner inconsistent with the purposes of the United Nations.

The United Nations laws are to establish conditions under which justice and respect for the obligations arising from treaties and other sources of international law can be maintained. Ever since, the development of and respect for international law has been a key part of the work of the organization. This work is carried out in many ways, by courts, tribunals, multilateral treaties and the Security Council, which can approve peacekeeping missions, impose sanctions, or authorize the use of force when there is a threat to international peace and security, if it deems this necessary.

(If it deems necessary, a decision made in a safe location behind a desk is not the same when seeing and standing by on location while the victims die needlessly. Because of their weak practice the United Nations turned their heads on Hundreds of thousands of innocent people massacred across the world. Still today, thousands are dead, when they fled the Syrian tyrant Bashir al-Assad. An estimate of 22,000 thousands died between 2000 and 2014 trying to cross the Mediterranean Sea).

(The Leader (LUN) of the New United Nations would be in, Bashir al-Assad Face and would stop him from this needless massacre. The LUN knows of the danger, by doing so the world will know how serious the New United Nations are. The innocent people need protection and LUN mandate is to be there when needed. The world doesn’t need more Holocaust, Cambodia’s killing fields, and the genocides in Rwanda and Bosnia attest to this unfortunate reality).

These powers are given to it by the UN charter, which is considered and international treaty. As such, it is an instrument of international law, and UN member states are bound by it. The UN charter codifies the major principles of international relations, from the sovereign equality of states to the prohibitions of the use of force in international relations. In terms of international law, no government or international organization enforces international law. Apr 25, 2018

I have rounded up the UN highest official and I’m hoping this makes sense.

-The UN Security Council is the most powerful in the U.N. 

-The Deputy Secretary-General is the second highest-ranking official in the UN; the Charter describes the Secretary-General as “chief administrative officer” of the Organization.

-The role of the United Nations Secretariat and of the secretary-general in particular, is laid out by Chapter XV (Articles 97 to 101) of the United Nations Charter.

-The UN Security Council has the primary responsibility for international peace and security. The General Assembly and the Secretary-General play major, important, and complementary roles, along with other UN offices and bodies.

President of the United Nations General Assembly.

(Good! Now we’re going somewhere, we have a President!)

Definitions for president of the general assembly of the United Nations

A person democratically elected by members of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) on a yearly basis. With the necessary ability education experience qualifications skills training global political knowledge and understanding knowledge and understanding of the structures systems processes and procedures of the general assembly of the united nations elected to preside over the assembly and fulfill the defined role responsibilities and objectives specific to this position The President of the general assembly of the united nations is a position voted for by representatives in the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) on a yearly basis.  

The President presides over the sessions of the General Assembly.

Definition of Presides, to occupy the place of authority or control, as in an assembly or meeting; act as president or chairperson. To exercise management or control.

(There goes my hopes for a Leader. Having a different Leader “President” every year does not make sense. The new President Tijiani Muhammad-Band has great ideas, but he only has one year to do so).

The President salary of $275,000, For one year’s work this is the 74th President.

(Strangely enough the UN does not have a leader, but the UN Security Council is the most powerful unit; it’s a mixture of titles. It’s like having everyone hands in the same pot trying to find the answer, this would explain why it takes so long time to make a real decision, the chances are it would be a wrong decision, as shown in the past).

Tijjani Muhammad-Bande of Nigeria was elected the President of the 74th session of the UN General Assembly and later succeeded María Fernanda Espinosa, whose term officially ended in September 2019.[1]

The session of the assembly is scheduled for every year starting in September—any special or emergency special, assemblies over the next year will be headed by the President of the UNGA.

The presidency rotates annually between the five geographic groups: African, Asia-Pacific, Eastern European, Latin American and Caribbean, and Western European and other States.[2]

Because of their powerful stature globally, some of the largest, most powerful countries have never held the presidency, such as the People’s Republic of China, France, Japan, Russia, the United Kingdom, and the United States. In particular, it is customary that no permanent member of the United Nations Security Council ever serves as UNGA president.

On June 4, 2019,

Tijjani Muhammad-Bande

In his inaugural address as General Assembly President, or PGA, Mr. Muhammad-Bande said he would “collaborate and coordinate” with the Security Council, and the Secretariat “to ensure that greater attention is paid to prevention rather than reaction to full blown conflict.”

“I will also advocate for effective early detection and warning systems, as well as mediation, negotiation and peaceful settlement of ongoing conflicts”, he promised. “I will work to engender cooperation that will address drivers of conflicts such as poverty, exclusion and illiteracy”.

Segueing into the importance of quality education, the PGA said “the fact that no nation can develop past its educational capacity, particularly that of its teachers, means we must work to ensure that Member States can partner on teacher training, access to free and quality primary and secondary education” and highlighted the urgency in devising “means to attend to the educational needs of all”.

Turning to climate change, which Mr. Muhammad-Bande called “a key issue in development”, he said, “we must tackle its causes and repercussions: “The recent emergencies in the Bahamas, Mozambique, and the Sahel region, among others, reminds us of the urgency of strengthening global action to tackle climate change”, he argued. 

Accentuating inclusion, the PGA flagged the importance of ensuring the rights and empowerment of youth, women and the disabled, as a continuing priority.

Redouble efforts to ‘bridge gaps’

“In line with the far-sighted vision of its founders”, he stated that “as the most representative deliberative body” of the UN, the Assembly needs to “redouble its efforts to bridge gaps and act for the common good of the people we serve, particularly as we prepare for the celebration of the 75th anniversary of the Organization”.

Mr. Muhammad-Bande said that we must “build trust with one another, deepen partnerships and show empathy” as “the only way to resolve the many challenges that confront us”.

“We will have to strive together, to deliver for all”, concluded the new General Assembly President.

(I love this guy he has the right attitude and direction but he’s on the wrong team he will never succeeded all of this in one year. He would be a good candidate for the New United Nations position as a Rescue Leader (RUN).

This is the 74 President of the United Nations General Assembly and they have one year to do the impossible).

The U.N. Security Council

Is the most powerful U.N. Unit. Its mandate is to keep the peace. The five permanent members are China, France, Russia, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

(China and Russia are permanent members of the United Nations. I am so puzzle! Unless the UN were on vacation, on another planet or there’s no leader. You would think as a Permanent member of the UN Security Council they would be showing leadership on Peace for other countries to follow but that’s not the case).


China, for instance, must be an isolated pariah for its ruthless and criminal war on hundreds of millions of its own people, as well as the nations it occupies: the Uyghurs and the Tibetans.


Chechnya is said to be “at peace” with Russia. After assassinating most of the legitimate government of Chechnya, the Russian leader Vladimir Putin installed a puppet government. The Chechen strongman, Ramzan Kadyrov has “brought peace” between the two nations, after almost 400,000 Chechens (including more than 40,000 children) were killed in the conflict. Today, this peace involves the Kadyrov government engaging in daily war against the citizens of Chechnya, who wish to have elections, freedom of speech, due process, and other inalienable rights. There is no peace in Chechnya, no matter how often these tactics are repeated. For the Chechen people there is still war, torture, disappearances, sex-slavery for disobedient women, certain death for sexual minorities, and absolute impunity for those who commit these atrocities

The UN knows about these atrocities and what was done to stop them? They are both permanent members of the UN this is a clear picture how the UN is powerless.

Today the UN is not respected as they once were. The strength for any company starts at the top and reflects down to his or her team.

 The UN has been around for 74 years, with 3,847 fatalities as of 31 May 2019. The UN are located almost everywhere in troublesome areas, it has done a lot of good and at times turned their heads on situation where hundreds of thousands of people died needlessly. 

If we want true, lasting, and meaningful peace, we are obliged to secure individual rights and liberty, not just truces and ceasefires

If we are to achieve meaningful peace, the foreign policy of free governments and the cultural export of free societies must: help build civil society, establish rule of law, secure individual freedoms, spark economic development, separate religion and government, secure freedom of thought and belief, and expose human rights violations.

Not only governments should be depended on to promote this individuals in civil societies can and should become involved in this process, both by petitioning their own governments and by establishing peer-to-peer networks with people in unfree nations.

Government is, however, essential as the foundation for peace, because peace must at times be secured with force.

Most of these operations are established and implemented by the United Nations itself, with troops serving under UN operational control. In these cases, peacekeepers remain members of their respective armed forces, and do not constitute an independent “UN army,” as the UN does not have such a force, or train them.

With the New UN they will have with their respective armed forces an army trained by the New UN.

My Plan, The New United Nation (NUN), is for World Peace and to Save the Future of our Children.

The New United Nations Team (NUN)

The NUN will not replace the existing United Nations, it will be an addition that will face diversities head on.

The New United Nations will consist of 8 Groups. Each Leader and Team will have a special role;                                                                                                                      



The New United Nations (NUN) mission is World Peace and to prologue all life forms on Earth, to give a chance for Our Children to leave earth and establish new colonies, at distant Universe before the eventual death of our planet and Universe.

The New United Nations (NUN) will have one Leader with the necessary ability education experience qualifications skills, training in global political knowledge, Humanitarian, Science, Military knowledge and fearless that will not back down on threats.

The Leader of the new United Nations (LUN) will be assisted with 10 Rescue Leaders (RUN) with the same accreditations as the Leader, each rescue leaders will have 12 associates, with specialize accreditations and experience on reviving a country in peril. The LUN team will consist of 121 individuals.                           

Every 5 yrs, a (LUN) Leader will be elected or re-elected; The Leader cannot be affiliated with any religion; he or she must be neutral as leader during his or her term. The Rescue Leaders (RUN) and (AUN) associates can be affiliated with religions.                                                                

 The countries recognize by the NUN would present their candidate for the LUN, RUN and AUN position. The Rescue Leader (RUN) is to elect, with their Leader 12 associates for each of the10 RUN.

With the New UN they will be ready to revive a country in peril due to War, Earthquake, Forest Fires, Hurricane or other Natural Disaster, that levels an entire country or community.

 With the help of the (SUN) Social Media Team and People of the NUN, they will reassure that the actions of the NUN’S is to help and not to fear them.                                                                                        

(The NUN will not leave any country until a solid government is established, by the people and with the people).

The United Nations recognizes 193 countries out of 195. There are many other countries that are not recognized, due to the UN criteria. The NUN mission is to assemble all countries recognize or not and work together and make them acceptable to the NUN criteria. The NUN will establish communication with these countries, and explain how important, the future of their children and will help them, to become as one with the New United Nations.

As we all know and see the radical changes that our planet is having Today, this will not get better; Tomorrow it will get worse and as the years go by, we might not be around to see it, but our children children’s will witness the destructive changes of our planet, due to our ignorance and greed.

With the help of the NEW UNITED NATIONS (NUN)


We will be able to slow down the horrific changes that our planet will suffer in the coming years.  By uniting all the countries together, they will become part of the New United Nations.                                                                                                                                            

The leader of the New UN will listen to all those in need of help. With the SUN, we will able to see and hear instantly anywhere in the world. This tool will be of great use on identifying the problems and solution needed at that time.

The NUN will encourage every Country to be lead by a government, where people have a right in selecting there president and representative of their state. Still today there are many countries that being President is like winning a lottery ticket or becoming rich off the people and the minerals that the country has to offer and governing the people by fear, terror, poverty, inhuman acts, unlawful punishment, famine and much more. With the NUN this will stop and all those responsible for these acts will be held accountable.


The 10 RUN’s will have the same accreditations as the Leader with the necessary ability education experience qualifications skills, training in global political knowledge, Humanitarian, Science, Military knowledge and fearless that will not back down on threats.  With the same accreditation this will also give them the right to replace the LUN at anytime if need so.

The mission of the RUN is the same as the Leader of the New United Nations (LUN) world peace and to save our children. Each Run will have 12 associates, with specialise accreditations and experience on reviving a country in peril. The RUN team will consist of 120 individuals. (The LUN is not included)   

When a RUN Team is selected it will reflect the langue and culture of the country as much as possible and treat all of the people equally.  

The RUN will be assisted with,






There will be a mandate of one year. The RUN team will be supported by other members of the NUN, giving full protection during that one year period.

The NUN will always be there for the country even after the RUN has fulfilled its obligation of a one year term and will not interfere, unless needed by the government or the people.


The AUN team consist of 12 individuals as political graduates, current or retired government ministers, diplomats, or recognized by the NUN with experience in several following criteria, degree in Politics, Humanitarian, Science and Military knowledge. The plan is to boost start or rebuild a country devastated by war or natural causes. The NUN will have a team that will give a solid foundation of democracy and directions to the new Elected Government. The 12 individuals selected by the LUN, RUN and AUN, will be responsible for one of the ministers position.

The Ministry together helps carry out the mandate of the government ministers and are responsible and accountable to the President for their performance in carrying out the responsibilities of the portfolio assigned to them by the President.

1) Minister Responsible for Government Administration (President)

2) Minister of the Treasury

3) Minister of Economy and Innovation

4) Minister of Finance

5) Minister of Justice

6) Minister of Defence

7) Minister of Labour and Employment

8) Minister of Public Safety and Immigration

9) Minister of Energy and Natural Resources and Environment

10) Minister of Transportation and Road works

11) Minister Responsible for Families, Health and Social Services for Seniors and Caregivers

12) Minister of Agriculture, fishery, Food, wildlife and Parks

Will also be assisted with;                                                               





They will work hand in hand with the Country in need, to help build or re-build, Hospitals, Schools, Universities, Housings, Security, Jobs, Business, and much more.  During this year long help given to the country, the RUN team will be supported by other members of the NUN,


When the military and first response team is called upon, the Leader of the New United Nations (LUN) responds at the request of, and in support of, Country, States, Tribes, Territories, Insular Areas and local jurisdictions impacted by a disaster.

Post-Military recovery planning is defined as developing a set of strategies to assist in rebuilding.

The MUN primary role is to aggregate decisions and measures taken to.

(1) Contain or mitigate the effects of a military or disastrous event to prevent any further loss of life and/or property.

(2) Restore order in its immediate aftermath.

(3) Re-establish normality through reconstruction and rehabilitation shortly thereafter.

The Military, Engineering and First Response Team will be able to enter a country that has received important damage due to disaster, they will help and assist the people and rebuild their country.

The faster the country is rebuilt the less people will migrate to other countries and with the NUN they will start a new and free life.


The Military team will assist and secure with action by air, sea or land forces for the Engineering, First Response Team, Military Police, Supply Technician Communication and information system specialist Cyber Operator and more


Will be responsible for the repair or Building, of Bridges, Road Construction, housing, Construction, Electrical distribution, Heat, Refrigeration, Mechanical system and drinking Water Supply and more.

First response Team

The first response team will be responsible for setting up, first line of Emergency and first aid. The team will consist on having Operating rooms, Surgeons, Nurses, Doctors, Pharmacist, Medical Assistant, Laboratory, X-Ray Technicians and more.


When an emergency situation such as a disaster develops, the first people on the scene are police officers, firefighters, paramedics, or emergency medical technicians (EMT). These are the first responders, and they are trained to react quickly in emergencies.

The first responders’ primary task is to make sure people are safe. This includes evacuation, rescue, crowd control, and medical attention. They also make sure that the area where the emergency is occurring has been secured. In addition, they try to serve as a calming force, keeping panic and disorder to a minimum.

First responders have a unique perspective, because they know their localities well; they are familiar with street plans and landmarks, and they also understand the local municipal structure. This can give them an advantage if the disaster that strikes does not devastate the community’s infrastructure.

An Earthquake, Forest Fires, Hurricane, Health issues such as virus’s or other Natural Disaster that can level entire cities or countries leaving little for first responders to work with.

The DUN will be trained in accordance to all possible disasters situation and will participate with the first response team no matter where they are located on earth for immediate action.

The DUN will be backed up by the LUN with all possible equipment and military support.



Humanitarianism is based on a view that all human beings deserve respect and dignity and should be treated as such. Therefore, humanitarians work towards advancing the well-being of humanity as a whole.

Humanitarians abhor slavery, violation of basic and human rights, and discrimination on the basis of features such as skin colour, religion, ancestry, or place of birth.

Humanitarianism drives people to save lives, alleviate suffering, and promote human dignity in the middle of man-made or natural disasters. Humanitarianism is embraced by movements and people across the political spectrum.

Social media can benefit the humanitarian sector by providing information to give better situational awareness to organizations for broad strategic planning and logistics”

The Humanitarian Team will assist in depth on all organization that are involved and will have complete support, protection from the New UN.


Fund raising is the process of soliciting and gathering voluntary contributions as money or other resources, by requesting donations from individuals, businesses, charitable foundations, or governmental agencies,.

Although fundraising typically refers to efforts to gather money for non-profit organizations, it is sometimes used to refer to the identification and solicitation of investors or other sources of capital for-profit enterprises.

Disasters for many organisations is like winning a lottery and forgetting what it’s supposed to be used for.

The New UN Fundraising will use the funds directly to those it was gathered for.               

The NUN will become the Central area for fundraising and will distribute accordingly and directly to help those in need.

The NUN will be the leader for Fund Raising and will be in direct contact with all Fund raising association with one thing in mind, to help others and not themselves.


The New United Nations Green peace’s goal is to ensure the ability of Earth to nurture life in all its diversity.

Greenpeace stands for positive change through action to defend the natural world and promote peace.

This is what they stand for and the New UN will always be there to support them.

We investigate, expose and confront environmental abuse by governments and corporations around the world.

We are champions at what we do, we are environmentally responsible, and we look for solutions, including scientific and technological innovation.

We seek solutions for, and promote open, informed debate about society’s environmental choices. In developing our campaign strategies and policies we take great care to reflect our fundamental respect for democratic principles and to seek solutions that will promote global social equity.

Our responsibilities

1- Investigate and expose environmental crimes, such as illegal logging in the Paradise Forests.

2- Work with scientists to conduct scientific research.                                                                                              

 3- Document environmental problems, such as toxic pollution and signs of climate change.              

4- Lobby governments and industries and take part in global negotiations.                                        

5- Take creative, non-violent actions.                                                                                                               

6- Seek out and promote sustainable solutions for our environmental problems.                                              

7- Educate and engage the public

Our goals

1- Protect biodiversity in all its forms.                                                                                                                              

2- Prevent pollution and abuse of our oceans, land, air and water.                                                                        

3- End nuclear threats.

4- Promote peace and global disarmament                         


The Science Team will be working with Green Peace on many environmental issues.

  • An agronomist specializes in soil and crops.
  • An astronomer studies stars, planets and galaxies.
  • A botanist specializes in plants.
  • A cytologist specializes in the study of cells.
  • An epidemiologist studies the spread of diseases.
  • An ethnologist studies animal behaviour.
  • A geneticist studies how traits are inherited.
  • A geologist specializes in the history of Earth.
  • A geographer studies Earth’s surface.
  • A marine biologist studies ocean plants and animals.
  • A meteorologist studies weather and climate.
  • A microbiologist studies microscopic plants and animals.
  • A palaeontologist specializes in fossils.
  • A physicist studies matter, energy, and how they are related.
  • A seismologist studies earthquakes.

The NUN would be centralized where all Green Peace and Scientist would be able to communicate with one and other at a faster rate, every country and nation across the world working together, having the latest information on new health issues due to virus, disaster, planet health and more everything needed to slow down our planets deterioration and human health.


Social media plays an important role in every user`s life. It is easier and convenient to access information, provide information and communicate via social media. User`s are connected to each other and can make good use of these platforms all across the world. 

In today’s world, media becomes as essential as our daily needs. Media of today is playing an outstanding role in creating and shaping of public opinion and strengthening of society.   

Media is the sword of democracy. Media acts as watchdog to protect public interest against malpractice and create public awareness.

Social media is computer-based technology that facilitates the sharing of ideas, thoughts, and information through the building of virtual networks and communities. Users engage with social media via computer, tablet or Smartphone via web-based software or web application, often utilizing it for messaging which users create online communities to share information, ideas, personal messages, and other content such as videos all over the world.

There are different types of social media that exist today, such as:

 – Facebook – WhatsApp – WeChat – QZone – Tumblr – Instagram – Twitter – Google+

A social network site is a social media site that allows users to connect and share information such as.

1-Bookmarking sites

2-Social news

3-Media sharing


5-Blog comments and forums

These are some of the tools that Our Children in civil societies can and will become involved, both by petitioning their own governments and by establishing Social Media networks with people in unfree nations.

With this tool the countries in need, will know exactly how to communicate to the NUN at any given time across the world.


Today, there are more than 2.2 billion children on Earth. Nearly two billion of these live in a developing country.

Depending on the country in which they reside, a child will not enjoy the same rights or conditions of life as their Western counterparts.  Many regions and countries in the Third World face great disparities and the factors in question, whether political, economic, social, cultural, ethnic or religious, can have a different impact on each child.

Despite the progress that has been made in recent years, the situation faced by the children of our world is still desperate.  The most fundamental rights of minors are violated in most parts of the world, and even in the most economically developed countries not all children benefit from the same rights.

Poverty remains the principal cause of violation and the Rights of the Child because lack of funds seriously impedes access to their basic human needs: healthcare, water, food and education.  In the countries which are least affected by poverty, children generally have the chance to enjoy these rights, although many are still victims of violence, abuse or discrimination.

Humanium is an international child sponsorship NGO dedicated to stopping violations of children’s rights throughout the world.

Humanium was founded in Geneva in 2008 with a single purpose: the well-being of children worldwide. The association strives for a concrete improvement in their living conditions and their basic rights.

Humanism’s objectives span three complementary approaches:

  • Raising awareness of children’s rights to more than five million people each year worldwide
  • Legal assistance for victims of children’s rights violations
  • Supporting local partners with projects to help children


No matter where you come from, what you’ve been through, or where you’re going, there are certain things we all share as human beings. We all want to be loved and cared for. We all want to pursue our dreams and develop our potential. Perhaps most of all whether we admit it or not we all want to live in a better world.

The dividing line is not between those who want to change the world and those who do not, there is no one whose heart still pound in their chest who can view the ravages of war, suffering and injustice without wishing that things could be different. The dividing line, then, is between the warriors of hope who believe that another world is both possible and necessary, and the many that have given up and abandoned this dream to the lures of cynism, distraction or despair.

The New United Nations believe in dreams. We believe in the power of a vision to vanquish fear, and in the promise of a better world where all can be free and inspired to be the greatest that they can be. We know that you believe this too and so we are here to Inspire You, together we can Change the World and Live Together.

At the end of the day, it’s not about what you have or even what you’ve accomplished. It’s about what you’ve done with those accomplishments. It’s about who you’ve lifted up, who you’ve made better. It’s about what you’ve given back.

Working Together for World Peace, the Future of our Children and the survival of our Planet