EDUCATE. ADVOCATE. INSPIRE.
Programs. Events. Calendar.
April- June Global Classrooms/Model UN - Visit www.unausa.org. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
April 24 - World Malaria Day. Join UNA Houston as we campaign to end malaria. Every 60 seconds a child dies
from malaria which
is a preventable disease. Be a "Champion" by donating an anti-malaria net for $10 and save the lives
of a family of four. Visit www.nothingbutnets.net.
May 14 - "Know Your UN Series". 6p.m.-8p.m. The discussion will focus on the International Criminal Court and current world issues
to be considered by the court. Location to be announced.
June 7-9 -UNA-USA Annual Meeting and Day on the Hill, Washington, DC.. Members from throughout the United States will
convene in Washington,DC to meet with State Department, NGOs, UN officials, Congress, and
ambassadors to discuss the work of the UN and the future policies and programs to ensure world peace.
June 16 - Cultural Dinner Series. 6p.m.-8p.m.. Location to be announced.
11110 Bellaire Blvd., Suite 230
The United Nations Association-Houston Area Chapter, the local chapter of the national 501(c)3 non-profit organization United Nations Association-United States of America (UNA-USA) , is a
dedicated to building understanding of and support for the ideals and vital work of the United Nations among the American people. The Houston Chapter is one of the oldest and largest of the 160 chapters throughout the U.S. . The UNA-USA is a member of the World Federation of UNA (WFUNA).
The UNA-Houston chapter's educational and humanitarian programs focus on supporting the national initiatives, as well as teaching
about international affairs through Model UN/Global Classroooms
, clearing minefields in formerly worn-torn nations, building schools and water wells in deprived areas, providing immunization for children, educating the public about the UN , developing cultural understanding, and teaching conflict resolution. They encourage people to make a global impact at the local level. In
addition, policy and advocacy programs stress the importance of nations working together and the need for United States leadership in the United Nations.