Global Civil Society & the UN Sustainable Development Goals
UIA is proud to present the new Volume 6 of the Yearbook of International Organizations, entitled Global Civil Society and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
There can be little question as to the relevance of the new topic. The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (the UN SDGs) are informed by and in turn inform all gobal civil society actors. This 55th edition of the Yearbook contains 38,395 currently active international bodies. What, we asked, is their link with the UN SDGs? Which of the UN SDGs concern them? With which SDGs should they be concerned? What communities of international bodies form around each of the SDGs?
Choose a goal below to view more information and a list of associated organizations:
UIA and Relevant News
9 June 2020
Union of International Associations (UIA) Round Table Asia-Pacific goes virtual – hosted and powered by Seoul Tourism Organization
UIA’s 8th Associations Round Table Asia-Pacific on 17 & 18 September 2020 will take place in a virtual meeting space set in Seoul
In its 14th year of organizing Round Tables for international associations, this will be the first time UIA will hold the event in a fully virtual format.
The programme of this UIA Associations Round Table will address topics of immediate interest and relevance for associations, such as working with remote teams, finding the ideal destination for an event, association business model innovation, mobilizing resources, achieving goals and finding partners. A keynote speech from the UIA President on the UN’s 75th Anniversary will also be part of the programme.
Registration for the Round Table will open in late June via the UIA website: https://uia.org/roundtable/2020/asiapacific
UIA’s 14th Associations Round Table Europe will be held in Prague on 12 & 13 November 2020
The UIA welcome's it's newest Associate Member, the Turkey Tourism Promotion and Development Agency (TGA) .
The UIA welcome's it's newest Associate Member, the Daejeon International Marketing Enterprise (DIME) .
DIME is a city-government’s marketing institution created to invigorate the local economy and enhance the city identity.
The Union of International Associations (UIA) has invited 25,000 international associations to participate in its 8th edition of the Survey on International Meetings Issues to uncover how they organize their meetings and conferences. The Report will be released on 12th November 2020 at the annual UIA Associate Members Meeting in Prague and be freely available to the public on the UIA’s website.
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