Welcome to the UN Studies Association

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The UNSA is an informal network of UN practitioners and academics, dedicated to actively create and promote an interdisciplinary, UN-focused field of studies. It was founded 2007 in New York City and is not affiliated with the UN.

The purpose of the association is to foster innovation and collaboration on all issues of relevance to UN resesarch and teaching, and to raise awareness about UN Studies. As a  member of our  virtual community we invite you to network and communicate with peers from around the world, to develop and discuss new ideas, as well as to build and share new UN-focused knowledge.

We also invite you to become engaged in our new global platform for excellent UN expertise  and to contribute to our Journal on International Organization Studies, now in its sixth year.

 

       UNSA NEWS

A new platform for excellent UN expertise: We turning our UNSAnet community portal into a state-of-the-art platform to foster innovation and excellence in UN expertise, as shared  by UN stakeholders from all sectors, disciplines, regions, levels. Learn more about our project and sign up if you would like to become engaged .

Please note: our UNSAnet has now become inactive.

ACUNS 2015 Annual Meeting "The UN at 70 - Guaranteeing Security and Justice", in The Hague, June 11-13, 2015. For more information, visit the ACUNS website. Learn about the discussions at the panel "Youth Influencing UN Policies".

The fifth ACUNS Vienna conference on "UN Agencies and the Sustainable Development Goals" took place in Vienna, January 14-15, 2015. Download the program here.


The Journal of International Organization Studies: The Spring 2015 issue provides new insights on IO autonomy, the International Tribunals and the WTO. Read full issue.
  Mindfulness in Peace Care - a new UNSA project! We aim to develop a mindfulness-based training for civilian personnel involved in peace and development work to foster and increase personal development and skills („emotional and social intelligence"), self-awareness, resilience, and self-management. To learn more about the project, click here.