We serve the Boston area with a number of educational and advocacy-related programs throughout the year, both in the classroom and in the community.
Our Model UN program brings simulations of United Nations deliberations on a broad range of topics directly into the classrooms, empowering young people to see the world from new perspectives and preparing them to become participatory global citizens, while also teaching critical skills like negotiation, problem solving, public speaking, and in-depth analysis.
Events such as the UN Day Luncheon, Consuls Ball, Global Issues Forums and in-depth conferences bring together leaders from academia, business and government for high-level dialogue on global affairs. UNA-GB strives not only to facilitate constructive conversations around the event topics, but also to introduce new ways for participants to take an active role in world affairs.
Our Young Professionals for International Cooperation, Women’s Forum and Campus Student Ambassadors Program are designed for members of the community to discuss and support on-the-ground programs in the developing world and to encourage networking among individuals with similar global interests.