In many areas UNA-UK members can join a local UNA.
These volunteer-run groups support our work by organising a diverse range of grass-roots activities. Ranging from speaker and fundraising events to film screenings and coffee mornings, these activities raise awareness and interest in the work of the United Nations at a local level across the country.
Local UNAs have traditionally organised themselves by nation: Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and England, with England being divided into regions (London & South-East, Southern Counties, Eastern, Central and North-East).
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5 December 2020
AGM and a speaker on Genocide - the Crime
5 September 2020
Working with local peace groups to create an event which addresses Reducing the Risk of Nuclear Conflict
11 July 2020
A brief updating branch meeting followed by a seminar and dicussion led by UNA-UK Elected Trustee Dr Carl Wright, Secretary-General Emeritus...
18 April 2020
Exploring the potential for establishing North - South Partnerships (SDG17) for Canterbury civil society groups. We aim to identify a local link...
Cantebury 13 October 2019
The 2019 United Nations Peace Service will be hosted by Canterbury Cathedral and its Dean on Sunday 13 October 18:30-19:30 to commemorate the annual...
Cantebury 7 September 2019
A joint presentation by Canterbury SDG Forum members Rick Norman & Sian Pettman. Our seminar series aims to review the UN's Global Goals (SDGs)...
4 November 2019
UNA- Canterbury – UN PEACE SERVICE AT THE CATHEDRAL The UNA Canterbury has been organising the UN Service for Peace for 36 years, and it is widely...
9 January 2018
At the UNA-UK conference 3 years ago, Natalie (Samarasinghe) spoke passionately of not only concentrating on much needed new membership, but also in...
5 May 2015
On Friday 24 April, the Canterbury and Deal UNA branches hosted a talk in Dover entitled 'Reforms to the UN to achieve the Green Economy’. The...