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Established in 1946, the United Nations Association of Australia (UNAA) is a non-profit non-government organisation which works to advance the goals of the United Nations in Australia and around the world. UNAA members come from all areas and walks of life— age, education levels and employment histories aren’t important. What brings them together is a shared interest in the work of the United Nations, and in trying to make the world a better place. We run events for members throughout the year, such as speaker events, dinners, conferences and film nights. These are a great way to connect with like-minded individuals as well as high-profile UN officials, diplomats, politicians, academics and other respected guests. We also hold regular meetings, which provide an opportunity to be updated about news from the UN and what the UNAA is doing around Australia, help develop activities as well as learn about the administration of this volunteer-led organisation. Whether you actively volunteer with us every month or just attend an event once a year, your level of participation is entirely up to you.
As a UNAA NT member you will receive:
- Subscription to UNity – the UNAA’s regular newsletter containing all the latest UN and UNAA news
- Invitations and discounted entry to UNAA NT events
- The right to nominate for office and vote at the UNAA NT Division AGM
- The opportunity to participate in the UNAA National Conference