• Welcome to the Education Portal for UNA New Zealand

    Welcome to the Education Portal for the United Nations Association of New Zealand. This UNA NZ project supports the NZ education community to provide high quality learning opportunities about the United Nations and its many institutions.

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  • Supporting students to be active in promoting and furthering peace, justice and human rights through the work of UNA NZ and the UN.

  • Providing a voice for NZ students as active participants in global issues that affect our world.

  • Enabling educators to empower learners to help solve the complex issues of our times.

  • Educating young people and communities to assume active roles in a global society and to become proactive contributors to a more peaceful, tolerant, inclusive and secure world.

UNwebquests.nz is a project of the UNA NZ Education portfolio and aims to provide an easy-to-use set of webquests for educators and their students.
With over 80 different specially-curated topics that will interest and engage learners, there is something for every interest.
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Explore specially selected resources for educators.
These are filterable by level, interest, topic.


Learn About the UN – UNA NZ Core Course

We have developed a course aimed at secondary school students and first-year university students.

It provides an introductory overview of the structure and operations of the United Nations.

It aims to develop awareness and understanding of the UN system and the global issues it tackles, and the often complex environments it operates in.

In addition, it will challenge students to think critically about the issues the UN tackles and the effectiveness of the UN system.

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New UN Chief starts office on 1 January 2017

The new United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres took office on 1 January 2017.
Mr Guterres says Human dignity will be "the core of my work".

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