What is UNA-UK?
The United Nations Association – UK (UNA-UK) is the UK's leading source of independent analysis on the UN.
It is a UK-wide grassroots movement.
What does UNA-UK do?
Through UNA-UK, the activity and views of our branch members feed into our government's approach
and how its representatives vote in the UN General Assembly – a 'parliament of nations'.
Read UNA-UK's initiative 10 ideas for UK foreign policy
UNA-UK informs its branch members and the public of the current work of the UN,
how it works and what can be achieved.
UNA-UK members' views matter ...
All UNA-UK members have regular opportunities to hear and influence opinion at branch and national levels.
UNA-UK derives great strength from its members and supporters as well as its UK-wide network of local, school and university branches. Together, they form a critical mass of support for the UN in the UK and beyond.
Members can act locally through their branches to bring the UN to the public and engage people in its work.