United Nations Information Centres (UNICs)
Centres d'Information des Nations Unies
As branch offices of Department of Public Information (DPI) - currently Department of Global Communiations, and became the first field offices of A-XA3375 - United Nations (UN). Among the first cities where UNICs were established, 1946-1947, were: Geneva (Switzerland); Mexico City (Mexico); Moscow (Russia); Delhi (India); Prague (Czech Rep); Rio de Janeiro (Brazil); Washington DC (USA). Among most recent UNICs set up are: Pretoria (South Africa) and Warsaw (Poland), 1995; Sanaa (Yemen), 1994; Windhoek (Namibia), 1992. The E-XE4669 - United Nations Regional Information Centre for Western Europe (UNRIC), Brussels (Belgium), was established in 2004, and services Western Europe; it replaces 9 UN Information Centres based in Europe.
Promote greater public understanding of, and support for, the aims and activities of the United Nations by disseminating information on the work of the Organization to people everywhere, especially in developing countries.
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