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creation of cern

1954

Founding of the United Nations

1945

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International Space Station

1998

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Great & Possible

Signs of a great and possible world

Abolition of apartheid

1994

treaty banning nuclear weapons

2017

Review

The UN, or United Nations, was created to maintain international peace and security and to promote worldwide cooperation among countries. With 193 member states, it is the most important international organization in the world.

CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, operates the world's largest and most equipped particle physics laboratory. It is managed by 22 states and has led to some of the most important physics discoveries of recent years.

The last of the segregation laws classifying people according to their ethnic origin were abolished in South Africa in 1994. This major social step was made possible by a change in culture and international policies.

1948 The Universal Declaration of Human Rights established, for the first time, the fundamental rights that were to be protected worldwide and has inspired the adoption of numerous human rights treaties that are applied worldwide.

1972 In this year, the King of Bhutan proposed using an indicator for quality of life that would not be based solely on economic terms, as with GDP, but on psychological and holistic aspects of people: gross national happiness (GNH).

1980 Thanks to the use of vaccines and the commitment of the World Health Organization, in this year smallpox, one of the most contagious and terrible diseases ever suffered by humankind, was officially declared eradicated worldwide.

The first module of the future International Space Station was successfully launched on 20 November 1998

1997 The Kyoto Protocol was the first step toward a global commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and served as the basis for action on climate change. It was ratified by 187 states.

1998 The International Criminal Court is a tribunal based in The Hague whose purpose is to try individuals from anywhere in the world accused of genocide, war, aggression, and crimes against humanity.

2015 The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a United Nations-driven initiative to promote commitment to climate change, inequality, innovation, sustainable consumption, peace, and justice.

The Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons is the first global agreement to prohibit nuclear weapons, as well as to address the humanitarian consequences associated with the use and testing of nuclear weapons.

2007 ITER is the world's largest scientific experiment to date and aims to produce safe, cheap, and abundant energy through nuclear fusion, the energy of stars. Countries around the world are collaborating.

Great & Possible

Place the milestones in the correct order

1948

1980

1998

2015

1972

2007

1997

human rights declaration

Erradication of smallpox

happiness indicator

Development of ITER

sDGs

Kyoto protocol

international criminal court

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