World Bulletin

January, 20 2012


Haiti Two Years Later: Measured Progress & Hope
Two years ago, the world learned of the devastating effects of the 7.0 earthquake that hit Haiti. The reaction from the international community, led by the United Nations, was remarkable in its speed and ability to get services, financial support, and assistance to those in need. As the disaster relief turned into recovery, Haitian institutions, the UN, other international NGOs, and the U.S. worked collectively to develop a plan for a more vibrant Haitian economy.


Patrick Madden

From the Executive Director

A "Jobs" Approach for 2012
by Patrick Madden

UNA-USA spent the last year re-engineering itself. We are now ready for UNA members to lend their chops locally to help launch our ‘new and improved’ UNA-USA – let’s look at the year ahead.  Read More >


Updates from UNA-USA

Global Classrooms® Model UN Season in Full Swing

UNA-USA Nationwide Conference Call: The UN’s Important Role in Improving Women’s and Children’s Health

America’s Human Rights Hot Buttons


Highlights from The Interdependent

id-wb-janUN Calls for Global Focus on Energy

Asma Jahangir: Pakistan's Bravest Jurist

Progress in Haiti, But Big Challenges Ahead

Feeding the World — After Climate Change


From the UNA-USA Chapters

Members’ Day at the UN/ Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference

Orange County Chapter: Annual Meeting and Champagne Brunch

Houston Chapter: International Film Festival

UNA of Connecticut Offers 2012 Calendar

UN Foundation News

UN Secretary-General Calls for Action to Achieve Sustainable Energy for All by 2030

India Marks a Milestone for Child Health