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UNAA News: August/September UN DAY Special 2021

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UNAA statement on COVID-19: March

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June Issue: Highlights

  • The Black Lives Matter movement has seen a refocusing on racism across the globe, and in Australia on the issues faced by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples.The UNAA supports the UN’s Let’s Fight Racism campaign  and joins the UN in denouncing racism, everywhere, in all its forms, all of the time. To partner with the UNAA and find out more about our work toward reconciliation, please contact
  • Malachi Muljacic is a proud First Nations Australian of the Kunja people and a UN Alumni. Malachi has just completed an internship with the UNAA National Office through partnerships with the ACT Government and the Career Trackers Internship Program.
  • Last week was Refugee Week and in 2020, there remain over 70 million forcibly displaced peoples across the globe. Join next Young Professionals event: Saturday 27 June, 5.00 to 6.30 pm AEST The Future We Want: World Refugee Day 2020 webinar and Q&A
  • With the end of the financial year approaching, all donations over $2.00 are tax deductible through our auspice partner the Australian Institute of International Affairs (AIIA). No matter the amount, your donation will help the UNAA to continue its to promote the United Nations in Australia and to create a safer, fairer, more sustainable world. You can donate here today.
  • This week marks the 75th anniversary of the signing of the UN Charter on 26 June 1945.
  • Australia has a long way to go toward achieving the SDGs, but with ten years to 2030, there is an opportunity to increase action and improve performance in some of the areas Australia is trailing behind. To partner with the UNAA and find out more about our work toward the SDGs, please contact

May Issue: Highlights

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December Issue: Highlights

November Issue: Highlights

October Issue: Highlights

September Issue: Highlights

In supporting Australia’s ambitious space endeavours, UNAA NSW’s NewSpace Summit on 4 October aims to inspire, educate and empower those interested in helping Australia make its giant leap. The NewSpace Summit will showcase opportunities for those involved in law, science, engineering and business.  A schedule of events can be viewed here and tickets can be purchased here.