U.S. plans contribution to United Nations University


  • Anonymous


On December 6, 1973, the United Nations Assembly, by a vote of 118 member governments, established the United Nations University, which will consist of a network of regional research and training centers around the world, with headquarters in Tokyo.

The U.N. University is committed by its charter to ‘devote its work and research to the pressing global problems of human survival, development, and welfare…’ U.N. officials, U.S. Government scientists, and representatives of a number of U.S. universities have met twice during the past few months to organize one possible response by the United States to the need for competent U.N. Unversity centers.