Indigenous Reconciliation NAIDOC Week:
“Voice. Treaty. Truth. Let’s work together for a shared future”.
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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
World Humanitarian Day 2019: Screening of the Film “Buoyancy”
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On the 10th Anniversary of the United Nations International Day against Nuclear Tests, the United Nations Association of Australia (NSW), invites you to join us when The Honourable Michael Kirby AC CMG speaks on the control of nuclear weapons.
The Honourable Michael Kirby AC CMG has spoken on the nuclear non-proliferation regime as Chairman of the United Nations Human Rights Council’s Commission of Inquiry on the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea and will speak on:
> Origins of the testing of nuclear weapons
> Testing of the original two nuclear weapons over Hiroshima and Nagasaki in August 1945, and failure of nations to prohibit and destroy the stockpiles of nuclear weapons in the 75 years since then
> Treaty on the prohibition of nuclear weapons that is before the United Nations General Assembly for adoption and which would prohibit the possession, use and threat of use of nuclear weapons
> 122 countries have signed the Treaty, including in Australia’s region such as New Zealand and Timor-Leste
REGISTRATION IS ESSENTIAL: 2019 International Day Against Nuclear Tests
COST: $40 for members // $50 non members // $70 General admission and 1 year UNAA NSW membership
Refreshments will be served.
ENQUIRIES: Alexander Weilsmann JP MA (UNSW) MPP (USYD),
Director of Institutional Relationships and United Nations Day Adviser,
New South Wales // firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us as the UNAA NSW Division embarks on a peace walk to commemorate ‘International Day of Peace’. Stay tuned for details.
The United Nations Association of Australia (UNAA) takes great pleasure in announcing
our ‘NewSpace Summit’ which aims to inspire, educate, and empower younger
generations of Australians so they can support the sustainable development of the Australian Space Agency and growing space economy. Stay tuned for more details.
UNAA NSW invites you to participate in the 2019 United Nations Day Gala Dinner.
We are delighted to announce that the focus of the 2019 United Nations Day Honour will
be on Indigenous reconciliation. The 2019 honoree will formally receive the United Nations Day Honour at the Gala Dinner. Government officials, members of the NSW Consular Corps, community and business leaders, and Association Members are warmly invited to attend. Corporate table
packages and individual tickets are available for purchase.
For more information, please contact:
Ms Andrea Spencer-Cooke (email@example.com)
Ms Fay Teh (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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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