It was signed at the San Francisco War Memorial and Performing Arts Center in San Francisco, United States, on 26 June 1945, by 50 of the 51 original member countries. (Poland, the other original member, which was not represented at the conference, signed it two months later.) It entered into force on 24 October 1945, after being ratified by the five permanent members of the Security Council—the Republic of China under Chapter II of the United Nations Charter (and currently by the People's Republic of China), France, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (later replaced by the Russian Federation), the United Kingdom, and the United States—and a majority of the other signatories.
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This database is the United Nations Terminology Reference System and it contains terms, definitions, nomenclatures, titles of UN official documents, agreements, international agreements, names of organizations and institutions of all fields, official names of countries, etc… All in all 6 UN languages, namely English, French, Spanish, Arabic, Russian and Chinese.
The database "UNTERM" is relational and any results are presented in the context or scope of the term introduced, increasing the usefulness and richness of this application. So, UN Terminology, is a multilingual linguistic tool (it can be used as a dictionary, a glossary, a compendium of terms and a large vocabulary) to use in the legal, economic, political, social, human rights and NGO scope; useful, fast and handy, very valuable for translation work and, in general, useful for linguists, philologists, journalists, anthropologists, scientists generally and students.
"UN Terminology" allows you to write any term in any language mentioned above and tick any language available to make a search. Also, you can see the results in just one language. This is useful to look up synonyms.
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Now you can search for hundreds of Ghanaian hymns in a matter of seconds. You can also search for a phrase contained in a hymn to look it up. The time to carry huge Hymnbooks; struggle to remember the words of a hymn as well as the hymn numbers are finally over.
1. Changing Hymn Books: The Hymns have been arranged in different Chronological Orders to suit the various Churches for which this app has been carefully designed. You can swap between Hymn books as you please
2. Creeds: A creed is a statement of faith that describes the beliefs shared by a Christian. They are a summary of core beliefs. In some Churches it is recited as part of the religious service. The most popular Creeds are the Nicene and Apostolic Creeds which have both been included in this App.
3. Canticles: A canticle is a type of hymn (strictly excluding the Psalms) taken from the Bible. The term is often expanded to include ancient non-biblical hymns such as the Te Deum and certain psalms used liturgically. The most commonly used Canticles have been included in this app.
4. Advanced Search: This feature is used to search for a particular hymn using a phrase contained in that hymn. You can also search for the phrase in all the Hymns provided by the application.
Latest version changes:
1. added hymns for Baptist, Catholic, Methodist and Presbyterian Churches
2. copy and share hymns in sundry ways (email, whatsapp, SMS, etc.)
3. new, more functional, search bar can be used to search by Hymn Number or Lyrics
4. fixed main hymns list to show first line of first verse
5. bookmark hymns
6. add notes
7. default hymn loaded on startup
8. new, exquisite look and feel
9. minor bug fixes and performance improvements
Well, that's all packed in this app!
I've built it for MUN participants to have quick access to information often needed at MUNs.
Especially people who aren't that experienced hopefully can have an easier start with this app.
I wish everyone fruitful debates.
MUN Helper brings you:
- UN News in 16 subcategories (regional and by topic)
- A list of points and motions, what they express, how they're decided upon and when they're allowed
- A comprehensive list of preambulatory and operative clauses
- The whole UN Charter
- The Universal Declaration of Human Rights
- Access to the CIA Factbook
- A useful tool for chairs
So just go ahead, download and become 'best delegate' ;)
It's all for free, because I like MUNs myself and have fun developing apps, so I just combined these hobbies and created this not only for myself, but also to share it.
Any feedback is highly appreciated, so don't hesitate to contact me when there are bugs in the software, you wish for an additional feature or if you just like the app.
This is not an official United Nations app.