EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT LGBTI ADVOCACY AT THE 2018 UNGA

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Established in 1945 the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) is the primary deliberative policy-making and representative organ of the United Nations. Located in New York, the UNGA considers and makes recommendations on any issue that falls under the scope of the UN Charter, including human rights, peace and security, political cooperation, and international collaboration.

The UNGA is responsible for electing the members of its subsidiary bodies and principal organs (including the Human Rights Council), appointing the UN Secretary General upon recommendation from the Security Council, considering reports from other organs and experts from within the UN, assessing the financial status of UN member States, and approving the UN budget.

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