Academic Council on the United Nations System (ACUNS)
Conseil universitaire pour le système des Nations Unies
Consejo Académico para el Sistema de las Naciones Unidas
1987 Hanover NH USA
Founded by specialists in international affairs from Canada, Mexico and USA, to bridge the gap between the UN and scholars working on topics related to the UN and the field of international cooperation.
As a professional association of educational and research institutions, individual scholars, and practitioners active in the work and study of the United Nations, multilateral relations, global governance and international cooperation; promote teaching on these topics, as well as dialogue and mutual understanding across and between academics, practitioners, civil society and students.
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Annual Meeting; Board of Directors; Secretariat located in a university or other institution for a 5-year period. Liaison Offices (5): New York NY (USA); Geneva (Switzerland); Delhi (India); Vienna (Austria); Tokyo (Japan).
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