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The world has changed, but the five permanent members of the Security Council of the United Nations have not changed since it’s inception in 1945.

It now has 193 member states compare with the 50 in 1945.

The ability of the Five Permanent Members of the Security Council to block action is no longer credible with 193 members.

Surely we need a wider representation on the Security Council and get rid of the veto rights, that are abused on a regular basis.

THESE DAYS ITS REGULARLY DESCRIBED AS A CUMBROUS GOSSIP SHOP THAT HAS TO BEG FOR FUNDS.

WHAT DO YOU THINK?

ITS TIME WE THE PEOPLE OF THE WORLD SUMMIT AN RESOLUTION TO MAKE THAT CHANGE  

HERE IS ITS PRESENT STRUCTURE.

 Main Committees

Subsidiary Bodies

Advisory Subsidiary Body

Programmes and Funds

Research and Training Institutes

Other UN Entities

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Security Council

The following bodies report directly to the Security Council.

Subsidiary Bodies

Advisory Subsidiary Body

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Economic and Social Council

The following bodies report directly to Economic and Social Council.

Functional Commissions

Regional Commissions

Standing Committees

Ad hoc bodies

  • Ad hoc Open-ended Working Group on Informatics

Expert Bodies composed of governmental experts

Expert Bodies composed of members serving in their personal capacity

Other related Bodies

  • Executive Board of the International Research and Training Institute for the Advancement of Women
  • International Narcotics Control Board
  • Committee for the United Nations Population Award
  • Programme Coordinating Board of the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS

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Trusteeship Council

International Court of Justice

Secretariat

Specialized Agencies, Related Organizations, Funds, and other UN Entities

Specialized Agencies

Related Organizations

Secretariats of Conventions

UN Trust Funds

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NOTES:

(1) The United Nations Peacebuilding Commission has a direct reporting relationship with the Security Council and the General Assembly, and non-subsidiary relationship with the Economic and Social Council and the Office of the Secretary-General.

(2) The IAEA reports to the Security Council and the General Assembly (GA).

(3) The CTBTO Preparatory Commission and OPCW report to the GA.

(4) UNDEF’s Advisory Board recommends funding proposals for approval by the Secretary-General.

(5) UNFIP is an autonomous trust fund operating under the leadership of the United Nations Deputy Secretary-General.

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