The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development is also known as the World Bank. The main goal behind this international organization was to help rebuild the economies of war-affected Europe and to assist the development of the world's developing countries.

Objectives of World Bank

• The objectives of the world bank include providing long-term capital to member countries for economic development and reconstruction.

• It helps to guide long-term capital and improve the balance of payments, thereby balancing international trade.

• It ensures that development projects are delivered. Thus it brings transparency to the country from wartime to a peaceful economy.

• It also helps by providing guarantees against loads imposed on large and small units and other projects in the Member States.

• It also encourages capital investment in member countries by providing guarantees for capital investments and loans.

United Nations Human Rights Council: The United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) is a United Nations body whose mission is to promote and protect human rights around the world. The Council has 47 members elected for staggered three-year terms on a regional group basis. The headquarters of the Council are at the United Nations Office at Geneva in Switzerland.

Objectives of UNHRC

• To maintain in place those laws, policies and practices that enhance the enjoyment of the basic human rights;

• To withdraw or suitably amend those measures that are destructive or corrosive of Covenant rights;

• To take appropriate positive action when a state party has failed to act to promote and protect these rights; and

• To consider appropriately the effects in terms of the Covenant of new laws, policies and practices that a state party proposes to introduce in order to ensure that it does not regress in giving practical effect to Covenant rights.