6 United Nations Principal Organs

The United Nations is an international organization that strives to maintain world peace and ensure security for all mankind

General Assembly : UNGA is the chief policy-making and representative body of the UN

Security Council : UNSC responsibility is maintaining peace and security in the world

Secretariat : Secretariat comprises the UN Secretary-General and the thousands of staff who work at the UN HQ in New York.

Economic and Social Council : The ECOSOC is responsible for coordination, policy dialogue, policy review and recommendations on social, economic, and environmental issues.

Trusteeship Council : It was established in 1945 to administer the 11 Trust Territories after the Second World War.

International Court of Justice : The ICJ is the chief judicial organ of the United Nations.