International Youth and Student Movement for the United Nations (ISMUN)
Mouvement international des jeunes et des étudiants pour les Nations Unies
Movimiento Internacional de Jóvenes y Estudiantes sobre Asuntos de Naciones Unidas
1948-09 Rome Italy
Sep 1948, Rome (Italy), as Student Commission of E-XE3539 - World Federation of United Nations Associations (WFUNA). Constitutional amendments in 1955, 1960 and 1975 made ISMUN independent of WFUNA. Formerly known as International Student Movement for the United Nations. Name changed in constitutional amendment, 1973. Ceased to exist 2001; activities taken over by U-XE4518 - World Federation of United Nations Youth and Student Associations (WFUNYSA).
Work with students and young people - (a) to promote: national liberation; economic, social and cultural justice; peace and disarmament; human rights; (b) to oppose: colonialism; imperialism; neocolonialism; repression in all forms. Promote an informed public and wider knowledge of the United Nations, its actual meaning and potentialities; encourage a critical attitude towards the UN to promote its universality and effectiveness.
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General Conference (every 2 years). Executive Committee, consisting of 13 members. Regional Office: Nairobi (Kenya); North America Office: New York.
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UN Sustainable Development Goals **
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** UN SDGs are linked to the subject classification.
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