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The anniversary of the entry into force of the United Nations Charter on October 24, 1945, has been celebrated as United Nations Day since 1948. It has traditionally been marked throughout the world by meetings, discussions and exhibits on the achievements and goals of the Organization. In 1971, the General Assembly recommended that Member States observe it as a public holiday. (resolution 2782 (XXVI))
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The year's UN celebrations will take place on Thursday, October 20, for the Tut House, and Friday, October 21, for Middle/Junior Schools in both Manhattan and Queens campuses.