An international organization is an organization, active in more than one country; it is a stable set of norms and rules meant to govern the behavior of states and other actors in the international system.

Vocabulary

 

  • WHO: World Health Organisation
  • U.N: United Nations
  • U.N.E.S.C.O: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organisation
  • U.N.H.C.R : United Nations High Commissioner for refugees
  • F.A.O : Food and Agriculture Organisation
  • T.I: Transparency International
  • I.C.R.C : International Committee of the Red Cross 
  • BIS: Bank for International Settlements

collocations

              Collocations   

              Meaning

  • Run a campaign: 

there is little clarity over who will run the next election campaign

  • Humanitarian aid: 

we need humanitarian aid there urgently

  • Emergency relief:

we are providing food and emergency relief

  • Financial assistance:

They offered him financial assistance to carry on his study of the airplane problem. etc.

  • Peace treaty:

The whole country celebrated the signing of the peace treaty.

Phrasal verbs

 

        PHRASAL VERBS

          MEANING

Called off:

To cancel the (the meeting).

Looking into: 

to investigate

Turn into: 

become

Sort out: 

to find a solution

Set up: 

to organize, or plane something

Chip up:

to give something (such as time, money, etc.) in order to help a person or group, or cause

End up: 

to eventually reach, do, or decide something  

 

Note that the purpose of international organizations is connecting members, bringing gaps, encouraging peace and security, economic and development.

Conclusion:

To study international organization is to study the norms, rules and institutions that shape relations between states. 

 

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