UNA Chapter Resources

Global Classrooms and UNA-USA Chapter Partnerships

Become a member of your local UNA-USA chapter! Network with chapter members who are interested in international relations and the United Nations. Learn more.

Chapter ResourcesWith 120 chapters, UNA-USA has the capacity to reach Americans across the country and the commonwealth of Puerto Rico. As Global Classrooms seeks to support large school districts with preparing global citizens, who better to help implement the program than UNA-USA Chapter members.

These chapters currently serve as local Global Classrooms program partners. The chapters are charged with outreach to schools, on-going support of teachers, and conference planning. In addition, they help manage the local Global Classrooms Model UN conference staff logistics. The chapters have increased support that UNA-USA is able to offer by strengthening local ties. Support can come financially, but equally important are local partnerships and in-kind donations.

UNA-Greater Boston, UNA-National Capital Area and the Minnesota Division have partnered with local colleges and universities. Northeastern University in Boston and Hamline University in the Twin Cities provide subsidized conference space for the Model UN conference. Chapter members provide an invaluable service to students on the day of the conference by serving as volunteers to ensure a successful.

Add Your Chapter Resources to Our Education Website

Email us at modelun@unausa.org if you have education and model UN resources available to local students and educators.

World Federation of United Nations Associations (WFUNA)

The World Federation of United Nations Associations was created in 1946, inspired by the opening words of the United Nations Charter "We the Peoples". Today it is a global network of people linked together through United Nations Associations in over 100 member states of the UN.

Its networks enable people to connect with each other on critical global issues from peace and human rights to the spread of democracy, equitable development, and international justice. See what resources are available on their education website.



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