United Nations trusteeship Council

Topic: Autonomy and independence of trust territories.

 

Directors:

Aline Ripoll
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Bent Simon
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Matias Cisneros
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Language:
English and Spanish (Simultaneous Translation)

Capacity:
110 delegates, 55 double delegations

Description:
The United Nations Trusteeship Council is one of the first bodies created with the U.N. This has the objective of supervising the administration of the trust territories assigned to the System of Trusteeship. The main objectives of the system are to promote the advancement of the habitants of the trust territories and their progressive development towards self-government or independence. When the United Nations was founded in 1945, some 750 million people, almost a third of the world's population lived in territories dependent on the colonial Powers. Today, 1963, the international paradigm is not very different from five years ago and the demands for sovereignty and independence are heard around the world. It is imperative to attend to the primary objectives of the Charter of United Nations and to the claim of the peoples of the administered territories.

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Study Guide in english

Study Guide in spanish