Welcome to UNA-USA!
San Fernando ValleyUnited Nations Associationand theRotary Action Group for Peace Partnered Together to Support the Concert for Peace In recognition of International Day of Peace,
United Nations Association of Santa Barbara and Tri-Counties Chapter International Day of Peace Presentation “2023 UNA Santa BarbaraPeace Prize Event” Thursday, September 21, 2023 5:00
The International Relations Program of Pomona College and United Nations Association of Pomona Valley PRESENTS A GLOBAL ISSUES PROGRAM “The Security Crisis in the Sahel”
UPCOMING AND PAST EVENTS
United Nations Association Southern California Division Recognizes a UNA Member Milestone Tuckman Receives ARC Certificate of Merit LOS ANGELES—April 15, 2023 It is with great
United Nations Association, Southern California Division Presents our next Global Issues Program SAAM: Sexual Assault Awareness Month “The Impact of Trauma on Diverse Survivors” Saturday,
United Nations Association of Pomona Valley Presents our next Global Issues Program “Natural Consequences: A Planet in Peril” Thursday, April 20, 2023 7:00 PM In
United Nations Association of Pomona Valley Presents “Child Rights in the US and Around the World” In person at Clairmont UCC Church,233 W. Harrison Ave.and
United Nations Association of San Fernando Valley and the AAUW Los Angeles County Branches In observance of International Women’sDay and Women’s History Month, please join
United Nations Association of Pomona Valley Invites you to attend… “The Ironies of US Immigration Policies” The “Global Issues Programs” are free and open to
United Nations Association of San Fernando Valley,San Fernando Valley AAUW Present: Facilitated by Dr. Soraya Fallah, UNA★USA SFV Vice-President Program/Advocacy Chair “Human Rights and Iran’sCurrent
Join us for a special brunch celebration to celebrate and thank you for being a UNA SoCal Member! Learn about upcoming events, programs, and an opportunity to network with change-makers across Southern California.
The United Nations Association – USA was founded in 1947 to promote stronger U.S. involvement in the United Nations. The Southern California Division is composed of a dozen local grass-roots chapters from Santa Barbara and the San Fernando Valley to San Diego and Beverly Hills to Hollywood to Pasadena and the Inland Empire.
The chapters are all engaged in holding meetings/events that focus on the Sustainable Development Goals and the importance of a strong UN-US relationship.