But first, what is the UN Charta and what does it include? And why is it that important?
First of all the UN Charta is the fundamental treaty of the United Nations which is an intergovernmental organization existing of nowadays 193 member states. The United Nations itself is tasked to promote international co-operation and to fight for human rights and higher standards of living. All these tasks are hold on to the UN Charter in detail.
So back to the questions in the beginning, why is the UN Charta important?
In general it guarantees human rights of citizens and fundamental freedoms in the member states. Furthermore it forces the member states to promote the human rights in other nonmember states and to fight for freedom for all without distinction as to sex, race, language or religion.
In my opinion the United Nations Day let us thinking about what we achieved till today according to human rights, equality of gender and acceptance of different types of religion and culture but also what we still have to work on and what we have to fight against like for example racism, violence and poverty.