World Association of Former United Nations Internes and Fellows (WAFUNIF)
Association mondiale des anciens stagiaires et boursiers de l'Organisation des Nations Unies
Asociación Mundial de Antiguos Internistas y Becarios de la Organización de la Naciones Unidas
1978-06-14 New York NY USA
14 Jun 1978, New York NY (USA).
Be an alumni organization for UN internes and fellows; be a channel of communication between the UN and those it has services through internships and fellowships; rekindle interest of people in the UN and international affairs worldwide; give expression to the views of adherents on pertinent issues; use individual and collective member resources to promote, at international, regional, national and local levels through research, information and education to help improve public understanding of the principles, aims, purposes, activities and potentialities of the UN; support and encourage maintenance and further development of internship, fellowship and training programmes within the UN system.
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General Assembly; Board of Directors of 21 members; Advisory Council; Executive Committee. Secretariat. Chapters.
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UN Sustainable Development Goals **
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