International Royal Academy of the United Nations is the largest
expert, scientific, educational, informational, consulting and cultural
association. The Academy is an independent, international organization
as UN, Nobel Committee, UNISEF etc.
outstanding persons and professionals are represented more than by 1000
members of the Academy all over the world. The structure of Academy
includes more than a hundred of federations, branches, representations,
divisions, departments, boards, committees, assemblies, councils,
institutes, schools, magazines, leagues, centers, funds, unions,
tasks of the Academy are a progress and an expertise of scientific,
technical, cultural and commercial ideas and decisions. Academy
supports science, education, arts, and achievements in culture and
sport, development of ratings system of organizations, institutuions,
companies, specialists, historic and modern figures in the world.
academy awards certificates, diplomas, degrees, ranks, prizes and
medals; evaluates diplomas, holds presentations, conferences,
symposiums, exhibitions, seminars, pageants, forumes, business tours,
carries out informational interchange; conducts the unique projects
determining the development of modern scientific and technical
progress, investment and sponsor's projects.
The academy helps: to expand communications
for science, art, education, sports, business, politic, professional
to obtain international certificates, accreditations, scientific
to present to the international union, to the association and
institute, to the laureates, winners of the Academy your achievements
and your colleagues, children, your protégé,
nomination of the outstanding persons, experts, talents, pageants,
inventors etc.) and to receive the appropriate certification.
Who We Are and What We Believe
International Royal Academy of the United Nations headquartered in New
York, USA is an unincorporated international association of
self-motivated outstanding men and women living in all parts of the
world who have one thing in common.
They want to get things
may work in government. They may work in the arts or sciences. They may
be professionals of one kind or another. They may teach. They may be in
business or non-profit organizations.
They are drawn to issues
of concern to the UN and seek its guidance where possible.
recognize the breathtaking pace of expansion in science and technology.
They see how globalization is spreading like water on the beach.
recognize there is a limit to personal knowledge. They recognize once
in a great while there comes along a Michelangelo or an Einstein, who
can see beyond the rest of us. Yet for most of us they recognize there
is strength in association.
recognize this Earth on which they live is big, 24,000 miles around.
They recognize they can't be everywhere at once. Yet they know how to
share their knowledge across borders.
recognize that yesterday's institutions are oftentimes slow to act.
Change comes hard for most of us. Yet they know how to explore new
channels without collapsing existing ones.
recognize they don't always have the luxury of seeing problems they
want to solve at close range. Somehow they know how to turn those
problems into opportunities.
recognize the importance of reducing poverty and fostering economic
growth worldwide. Achievement is difficult on an empty stomach.
They recognize and
applaud diversity. The Seven Wonders of the World did not arise in one
The International Royal Academy of the United
Nations now addresses these issues, events and opportunities:
How to bring children together through music from around the world.
Planning is underway for a concert at the front of United Nations Plaza
and Metropoliten Opera in New York, Vatican, Paris France, La-Scala
Italy, Jerusalem Israel, Bangkok Thailand, Red Square Moscow,
Monte-Carlo, Plaza at Peking, China, Winter Palace. The world orchestra
has 2,880 members and children form 192 members countries of the United
Nations all under the age of 18.
How to ease the world's reliance on fossil fuels. Planning has started
for the Baltic Region's first nuclear power plant.
How to assure a continuing supply of sturgeon and black caviar from the
Caspian Sea. Plans are being developed for the area's first sturgeon
Where to train tomorrow's diplomats and international leaders. A new
institute and curriculum are in the making for one of international's
How to supply quality grains in bulk and at low cost to the Caucasus. A
proposal for modern import-export grain terminal and processing complex
for a key seaport.
Justifying development of new agriproduct storage, handling and
processing facilities in Eastern Europe. Five-year studies of
production, imports and exports of grains, flour and oilseeds by