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United Nations Day

October 24th is UN Day. Click on the links below to learn more. UN Day – The UN Belongs to You UN Day Secretary-General’s Message Advertisements

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UN World Food Day

October 16th is World Food Day. Click on the links below to learn more. Food Security Information and Facts Confronting Hunger in Our World Hunger Map

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International Day of the Girl

Celebrate with UNA-Canada International Day of the Girl Message from the Secretary-General

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World Water Day 2012

Jarra Ford Wandering through Montreal last summer, I stumbled across a collection of massive photographs displayed in the centre of a city street. It was Guy Laliberté’s latest creative adventure, Gaia. The exhibit uses images Laliberté captured from the International Space Station in … Continue reading

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Report of the Independent International Commission on Syria

Please see here for the full report from the nineteenth session of the U.N. Human Rights Council.

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Canadian International Model United Nations!

UNA-Canada will be hosting the annual Canadian International Model UN at Grant MacEwan University in Edmonton from 1-4 March 2012. The committees will focus on global environmental issues in preparation for the UNited nations Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio +20). … Continue reading

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Can NGOs, Non-profits and Activists Co-operate?

A research paper by UNA-Canada Victoria Branch Director Mark Reed on the feasibility of local NGOs/NPGs and activists co-operating on diverse joint projects from discrimination to human rights. Read the full text here.

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