Paying tribute to aid workers who risk their lives in Humanitarian service and rally support for people affected by crises around the world is a significant yearly commemoration by World Humanitarian Day. Over 130 million people throughout the world are currently in crises, either through war or natural disasters and need humanitarian aid. More and more people are seriously motivated by a desire to give back to the world by increasingly seeking out ways that allow them to participate in community service activities.
As organisations worldwide honour this day, UNAA would like to recognise the compassion and bravery of people who unselfishly attempt to save lives and provide relief to those most in need through innovative way using technology to improve humanitarian aid.
Event Registration: UNAA NSW World Humanitarian Day 2019
Speakers: Dr Munjed Al Muderis and Michael Heiman
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ALL PROCEEDS BENEFIT APOPO INITIATIVES
You are invited to celebrate UN International Day of Peace on Saturday 21 September 2019 with us at St John’s Cathedral in Ann St Brisbane. PeaceDay was originally a time to pause conflict in a war zone, but we also take time to reflect on what mindsets and actions we can take to make peace in our everyday life. So, this year IDP8 (8th year) we are celebrating peace with IDP Annual Lecture by esteemed peace ambassador, recognition of Rotary peace fellows, music by children and local artists, art exhibition, and introduce our team new UNAA Peace and Security Program team.
This is a free public event supported by UNAAQ, St Johns Cathedral, Just Peace, Rotary, Griffith Uni, UQ, WILPF, Quakers, with supper kindly prepared by Soroptimist International. All welcome.
With the formation of the Australian Space Agency, a message was sent to the world: Australia has finally taken a step into the final frontier. Today, we widely seek support for this initiative.
The United Nations Association of Australia takes great pleasure in announcing our NewSpace summit, collaborating momentum and excellence from all regions of business and academia.
Through the summit, we aim to inspire, educate and empower those interested in helping Australia make this giant leap.
The future of a growing space economy has great potential for furthering the sustainable development of your agencies; the NewSpace summit will showcase opportunities for those involved in medicine, law and business. Additionally, we seek the involvement of STEM students and academics.
Australia is now in a prime position to lead an expansion into space. The United Nations Association of Australia looks forward to assisting in this ambitious and rewarding endeavour.
Schedule and Event Registration: 2019 NewSpace Summit
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The UNAA UNITED NATIONS DAY GALA DINNER celebrates the formation, goals and achievements of the United Nations. It is the flagship annual social event for the UNAA NSW community, our donors and partners. As well as an important fundraising and giving opportunity, the Gala Dinner is the occasion when the prestigious United Nations Day Honour is awarded to an individual or organisation who embodies UN values and priorities. This year the theme for our UN Honour is Indigenous Reconciliation.
We hope you will be able to join us at the 2019 Gala Dinner for a wonderful evening of celebration, entertainment and fundraising. Individual tickets and corporate tables can be booked via the link below. We are also seeking suitable items and experiences for the UN Day fundraising raffle and auction. If you would like to be one of our highly valued 2019 UN Day donors, please contact Andrea Spencer-Cooke, UNAA NSW VP Programs (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Book Tickets: UNAA NSW United Nations Day Gala Dinner 2019
The United Nations Day Wreath Laying Ceremony honours serving Australian uniformed personnel and veterans who have served the United Nations and other multilateral organisations as peacekeepers over the past 70 years. You are cordially invited to join the UNAA NSW to commemorate 2019 United Nations Day with a Wreath Laying Ceremony at the Cenotaph, Martin Place.
The United Nations Association of Australia (NSW) is launching a United Nations Diploma in 2019. This concept trains individuals in the history, structure and operations of the United Nations. Inclusive in this will be several competency-based subjects that will give the student recognisable skills that can be used in either UN work or their own career.
For more information, please visit: https://williams.edu.au/unaadiploma
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