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United Nations or Not: from 9 September 2003
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United nationd or not?

United Nations Tour

UN building Take an audio tour of the United Nations Building in New York. Your guide is Connie Pedersen, from Denmark.



  • Introduction (23")

  • Entrance Hall (2’36")

  • Conference Building (1’34")

  • Security Council Chamber (2’59")

  • Peacekeeping (3’31")

  • De-colonisation (1’39")

  • Economic and Social Council (3’35")

  • Economic and Social Council Chamber (51")

  • Gifts to the UN (1’43")

  • Universal Declaration of Human Rights (32")

  • Disarmament (6’09")

  • General Assembly Hall (5’31")


  • Audio Help
    United Nations or not?
    Listen to the interview Listen

  • Home

  • A Difficult and Defining Moment

  • The Lessons of History

  • The Final Judgement

  • Problems without Passports


  • About the UN
    Follow the history and work of the UN with our UN timeline
    Take an audio tour of the UN building with Connie Pedersen.
    Presenter
    Read a biography of presenter Edward Stourton.
    Features
    Edward Stourton on the the role and future of the UN
    Kofi Anan presses for UN reform
    George Soros calls for 'regime change' in US

    Useful Links
    The United Nations
    Further Stories
    US pushes for UN backing on Iraq
    Peacekeepers secure Liberian town
    UN puts off Libya vote
    Iraq missile attack on US plane
    Vote
    Is the UN still relevant?
    Yes
    No

    This is not a representative poll and the figures do not purport to represent public opinion as a whole on this issue.


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