As the international organization with a truly global dimension, the United Nations has become a forum for discussing all transnational issues, issues that no country can solve alone.
Since its founding seven decades ago, the United Nations—in addition to its primary goals of protecting peace, protecting human rights, establishing a framework for international justice and promoting economic and social progress—has been confronted with new additional challenges such as climate change, refugees and AIDS.
While conflict resolution and peacekeeping remain among the organization's most prominent efforts, it, along with its specialized agencies, has also been instrumental in addressing a wide range of activities to improve the lives of people around the world, including relief operations in Disaster situations, education and the advancement of women, as well as the peaceful uses of atomic energy.
. One of the most important issues that we have been working on for these six weeks is climate change. Climate change is one of the major challenges of our time, as it places great pressure on our societies and the environment. The global impacts of climate change are far-reaching and unprecedented in scale: from changing weather patterns that threaten food production, to rising sea levels that increase the risk of flood disasters. Adapting to these effects will become more difficult and more expensive in the future unless drastic measures are taken quickly.
And the differences are not limited to this issue, but to many issues that if we look at them and discuss them, they will be the beginning of solving all problems and difficulties such as: poverty, old age, immigration, gender equality, and so on..
In your opinion, how long will it take to solve these global issues? Or maybe discover some of them in some countries!!