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This is learning resouce about United Nations. The main purpose is to support a participatory way of capacity building.
- One United Nations: United Nations is designed to support inter-sectorial and inter-governmental decision-making.
- United Nations Simulation: Students learn about decision making as UN-embassadors or UN-delegates.
- First explore the structure of United Nations, why it was designed the way it is and how UN supports and promotes international co-operation and creates and maintains international order.
- What are the difference and the joint concepts of diplomacy comparing a national perspective of diplomacy with an international perspective from a body, programme or agency in United Nations (e.g. the World Health Organization (WHO) as a specialized agency of the United Nations)?
- Learn about United Nations Simulation, that gives students an opportunity to step into the role of a UN ambassador.
- Explore the Community of Practice in the Expert Focus Group for Space and Global Health. How can Wikiversity be helpful to co-create a Capacity Building material for global challenges.
- Explore the United Nations University and describe the scope and educational/scientific objectives.
- Wikipedia:United Nations
- Wikipedia:United Nations University
- Wikipedia:Model United Nations
- Open Universe Initiative
- United Nations Delivering as One - official final report (accessed 2017/09/02) - Website: http://www.un.org/en/ga/deliveringasone/
- Model United Nations - programmes of United Nations Association of the United States of America - (assessed 2017/09/02) - http://unausa.org/global-classrooms-model-un/for-educators/resources/simulations
- Model United Nations - Germany - (accessed 2017/09/03) - http://www.model-un.de/en/studierende/
- UN Charter as Wiki Source (accessed 2017/09/02) - https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Charter_of_the_United_Nations
- United Nations University - Official Website (accessed 2017/08/27) - https://unu.edu/