We encourage all interested parties, not only members, to engage actively in our projects and working group activities.
There is one specific reason, however, why it might be of interest for you to become a member: Building our own membership - aside from fostering membership in the ACUNS network - is a key tool to raise awareness about UN Studies.
By becoming a member of UNSA you signal your support for our goal to establish UN Studies as a field of studies in its own right. It will help us demonstrate the growing interest in establishing UN Studies vis-à-vis third parties such as foundations or academic institutions. Consequently, and reflecting the informal nature of our group, there are no membership fees. More information on our mebership terms here.
On a regular basis (3-4 times per year), you will receive our newsletter with information about past, current and upcoming activities. Also, we circulate timely information or requests using group emails - not exceeding 2-3 emails per month.
To subscribe, please register at our online community and sign up for the newsletter service.
Our former members-only social community (wiki) allowed members to create their own UN Studies profile and communicate with peers. In detail, features included:
We are planning to turn this part of the website into a full-fledged, state-of-the-art multistakeholder UN expert platform; therefore, the UNSAnet part of the website will become inactive over the course of time.
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