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The events listed below are hosted by our volunteer-led local UN Associations across the country. UNA-UK cannot take responsibility for the accuracy of the information listed.  Please contact the event organiser to confirm the details of the event before you attend.

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UNA Shropshire (Church Stretton): What has the UN done for Haiti?

26 April 2017

Join us for a public meeting and interactive presentation by the branch president.  

UNA Birmingham: Waltzing through Vienna with the UN

26 April 2017

A talk and presentation by Rodney Mantle, of the Twickenham and Richmond UNA Branch, about his visit to Vienna with the UNA Westminster, taking in...

UNA Streatham & Clapham: The East African Famine - The causes, immediate needs and longer term solutions

29 April 2017

Join us for a bread and cheese lunch with a talk to raise funds and awareness of the East African famine. We will discuss the causes, immediate needs...

WACUNA: How can women improve the quality of soil and the food supply?

10 May 2017

On a global scale, women produce more than half of all the food that is grown. We need agro-ecosystems to be socially, economically and ecologically...

UNA Harpenden: Public Meeting - How does the UK spend the Overseas Aid budget?

10 June 2017

Lord Bates,Minister of State at the Department for International Development, will speak on this subject. All are welcome.   Coffee will be served...

UNA Harrogate: SDG4: education in Tanzania - the Memusi Foundation

12 June 2017

When Matthew Norton and his wife Sally visited in Kenya and Tanzania in 2006, they had no idea that the trip would change their lives forever. The...

UNA Highgate & Muswell Hill: UNA stall at Fair in the Square

17 June 2017

UNA Highgate & Muswell Hill will hold a stall to publicize the values and principles of the United Nations and the importance of its existence in...

UNA Twickenham & Richmond: The United Nations: What it can do, what it can't, and why

9 September 2017

In its 72 years, the UN’s record has been mixed. UNA supporters regard ourselves as critical friends of the Organisation. We welcome the achievements...