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Kodolnyi Jnos Fiskola

3rd International Week


15th of April 20th of April

International Organizations
Presentation by Boena Kiebasiska

Made by: Csilla Besenyei


International studies and relations
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International Organizations
On the 3rd International Week which was presented by the Kodolnyi Jnos College in
Budapest I went on more lectures. It was a really good experience for me. I had the
opportunity to visit more lectures and every presentation was interesting. Even the ones that
werent really related to my studies, like Pamela Heises Crisis Management in Tourism
lecture.
But for my essay I have choosen a topic that was really important for my studies. This was
Boena Kiebasiskas presentation about International Organizations. For an international
relations student its important to know as much as we can about the organizations exsisting in
the world which work mostly for the mankind.
There are different types of organizations. But the first question should be: What is an
international organization? It is an organization with an international memebership or
presence. There are three types: INGOs (International Non-Governmental Organization),
NGOs (Non-Governmantal Organization), IGOs (Intergovernmental Organization).
INGOs are for example:
International Commitee for The Red Cross (health)
SOS Childrens Villages (children)
International Federation for Human Rights (human rights)
Greenpeace (enviromantel)
NGO are for example:
http://theglobaljournal.net/2012/Top100NGOs/
The TOP 100 NGOs from year 2012 can be found here.
IGOs are for example:
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change(IPCC) (enviromental)
World Nature Organization (WNO) (enviromental)
Asia-Pacifiv Fishery Commission(APFIC) (fishery)
International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD) (migration)
Antarctic Treaty Secretariat (ATS) (maritime)
Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) (arms control/nuclear power)
International Atomic Energy Agency (nuclear power)
International Monetary Found (IMF) (financial, trade and customs), etc.

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The most important one in europeans life is the European Union.

The European Union was founded between 1951 and 1958 by six countries: Belgium, France,
Italy, Luxembourg, The Netherlands and West Germany. Its origin is from the European Coal
and Steel Community (ECSC) and the European Economic Community.
The European is working in different branches and therefore it has different organizations:
Legislative branch:
- European Parliament (Strasbourg)
Judicary branch:
- Court of Justice of the European Union (Luxembourg)
Executive branch:
- European Council (Brussels)
- European Comission
Monetary Executive branch:
- European Central Bank (Frankfurt am Main)
Financial Auditor:
- European Court of Auditors (Luxembourg)

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Another really important organization is the UN.

The UN is the shortform which stands for the United Nations. It is a worldwide organization
which is responsible for the international law, the security in countries, for the economical
development, for the social progress, the human and civil rights, for the political freedom,
democracy and the most important one, the World peace.
It was founded in 1945 after World War II to replace the League of Nations, to stop wars
between countries, and to provide a platform for dialogue. It contains multiple subsidiary
organizations to carry out its missions.
Such organizations are:
- The General Assembly (New York)
- The Security Council (New York)
- The Economic and Social Council (New York)
- The Secretariat (New York)
- The International Court of Justice (Hague)
- The United Nations Trusteeship Council (New York)

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And the third large organization the presenter has choosen is the so-called WTO. This is the
shortform for World Trade Organization. This establishes a framework for trade policies.

The most important they fight for:


- Non-discrimination
- Reciprocity
- Binding and enforceable
- Transparency
- Safety valves
These three are the most important organnizations the students got to know a little bit better
while the presentation. Of course there are more left but these three are the most important. I
think it was a wel-built lecture.
In my opinion every one in the world should know how the biggest organizations that fight
for human rights, for fair trade, for international law and a lot more. These are one of the
biggest reason why the most problems could be solved without a war or why the biggest
economic crises could be solved with less loss.