On 17th April 2014 the United Nations Association of Slovenia invited Mrs. Ksenija Benedetti, Chief of the Protocol of the Republic of Slovenia (RS), to hold a lecture at the Faculty of Social Sciences on the work of the protocol of the Republic of Slovenia.
Before the World Water Day, Professor Mitja Brilly, Professor Marina Pintar and Emil Ferjančič, united their thoughts on the topic of sustainable water management in Slovenia.
Graz, 20/11/2013. After giving a conference about career opportunities with the United Nations, Mr. Janos Tisovszky, the Director of the United Nations Information Service in Vienna, met with AFA Graz (UNYSA Austria) members and interested students at the University of Graz. Continue reading
In August 2013, representatives of United Nations Youth Associations Network (UNYANET) member organizations met in Ljubljana on third annual meeting. During the UNYANET Summit, General Assembly and capacity building workshops were held.
The first regional Model United Nations Workshop in Vienna has come to an end. It was organized by the United Nations Department of Public Information (UNDPI), the United Nations Information Service Vienna (UNIS Vienna) and the United Nations Youth Associations Network (UNYANET).
UNYANET Summit 2013 will take place 19-23 August 2013 in Ljubljana, Slovenia, and all members and observers are encouraged to attend. The program will include a national capacity building seminar in form of workshops and interactive project development and the UNYANET General Assembly on the last day, 23 August.
For more information and registration, please refer to UNYANET Summit 2013 Website.
UN Youth Association of Romania comes forward with the proposal of combining learning, socializing and having fun in one of the most exciting capitals of Europe: Bucharest! From 25 to 31 July, UNYA Romania organizes a Summer School focused on “New Perspectives on Diplomacy”. The participants will have the opportunity to meet worldwide known diplomats and learn about this field in Romania’s top administrative and academic institutions.
Application for this educational and multi-cultural experience is now open at the “Registration” section of UNYA Romania website until 15 June.
We are glad that we can announce that registration for the Model UN (MUN) Workshop in Vienna, July 8-11, 2013, has finally started!
The workshop targets at MUN-Societys, MUN-Organizers, faculties and anyone else, holding a MUN Conference within the upcoming year. It will provide expertise by senior UN-Staff, about the respective councils, committees and UN-Bodies, such as the Security Council, the Human Rights Council and as well Vienna based Organizations such as the UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
The registration form can be accessed at outreach.un.org/mun where you can find useful information as well. If there are any questions regarding the Workshop or the application process, please send a mail to email@example.com
Registration Deadline: June 15
Two Model UN (MUN) Workshops are being organized by the United Nations Department of Public Information (UNDPI) this summer. The first will be held from 8–11 July 2013 in partnership with the United Nations Information Service (UNIS) in Vienna and the United Nations Youth and Student Association of Austria (UNYSA-Austria). The second will be held from 26-29 August 2013 at UN Headquarters in New York. Continue reading
A few days ago, UNYANET created a tumblr blog. We will use it to share the experience and impression of our members if the various events, seminar, workshop, MUNs etc. they are attending. While an overview can be found at the general UNYANET tumblr page (http://unyanet.tumblr.com/), a separate blog will be created for each event.
The first event we will be sharing with you is the upcoming UNDPI MUN Workshop, 27 – 29 August 2012, in New York. The blog can be found here (http://undpimunworkshop2012.tumblr.com/). If you are attending an event you want to share with the community, let us know by sending a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org