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United Nations International Years

The United Nations (UN) dedicates an entire calendar year to focus on particular topics or themes. Many countries actively participate in promoting these years.

The UN focuses on a specific issue every year through its International Year.

The UN is an intergovernmental organization with 193 member states.

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