The United Nations was founded in 1945 to preserve the future generations of the plague of the war, to create the conditions necessary to justice and equality of the people and to support the social progress. However, the system of the United Nations generates internal and external violence.
Externally, as well as the media and the reactions of the populations against a instrumentalization of the organization highlighted it in countries such as Sierra Leone, Iraq…, evidences are numerous.Internally, this violence is not very well known and it exists. Not only it is difficult to be recruited by the United Nations if you do not belong to the the rights networks but the law of silence is rigorously applied there, covering sometimes corruption. And yet this violence exists.
This book analyzes from a real experience the reasons explaining the non-respect of the chart. It opens a road for reforms which will perhaps prevent the United Nations not to know the same fate as its predecessor, the League of Nations, which disappeared because of its inability to prevent the human disaster of the second world war.
This book will interest all the citizens of this world.