World Bulletin

August 28, 2012



UNA-USA Helps Send First-Ever Youth Observer to the United Nations
While many other countries have designated Youth Delegates and Observers, the U.S. has never done so. UNA-USA is partnering with the U.S. Department of State to give one young U.S. citizen the chance of a lifetime during UN General Assembly week.


Patrick Madden

From the Executive Director

GenUN Movement Begins Now
by Patrick Madden

U.S. engagement with the United Nations has just taken a giant step forward.  Read More >


Updates from UNA-USA

ga_hall_newThe UN General Assembly and Human Rights Council: A Dynamic Duo?

UNA Women’s First-Ever Conference Call to Focus on Women and the Political Process

Listen and Learn: USAID and UNICEF Leaders Discuss International Development

Plan Your Chapter’s Event for UN Day


Highlights from The Interdependent

ref-id-300Facing Diplomatic Gridlock in Syria, UN Focuses on Humanitarian Help

Despite Objections, Secretary-General Pursues Diplomacy in Iran

World Humanitarian Day: A Billion People Join Beyoncé in Celebration

Women in Politics: 30 Years Past CEDAW



From the UNA-USA Chapters

Save the Date: UNA-USA's Global Leadership Awards Dinner

Register Now for the North Central Regional Conference

UNA-USA Iowa Member Op-Ed: U.S. Must Be at UN Table

UN Foundation News

Save the Date: Announcing the 2012 Social Good Summit, September 22-24

Shot@Life Announces Blogust 2012: Blog Relay for Good

Nothing But Nets' is Spreading Hope, Stopping Malaria: Snapshots from Tanzania