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Students of Medicine learn at the teaching hospital of the university (Photo: NGU)
#SDGsinAcademia - SDG Hub for Goal 3

This week we are featuring in our #SDGsinAcademia series New Giza University (Egypt), a member institution of the United Nations Academic Impact (UNAI) that has been chosen as the SDG Hub for Goal 3: Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages

The University of Pretoria conducts research on the health-promoting properties of indigenous commercially produced South African foods (Photo: UP)
#SDGsinAcademia - SDG Hub for Goal 2

This week we are featuring in our #SDGsinAcademia series the University of Pretoria (South Africa), a member institution of the United Nations Academic Impact (UNAI) that has been chosen as the SDG Hub for Goal 2: End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture

College students do awareness campaigns in rural areas (Photo: KJC)
#SDGsinAcademia - SDG Hub for Goal 1

This week we are featuring in our #SDGsinAcademia series Kristu Jayanti College (India), a member institution of the United Nations Academic Impact (UNAI) that has been chosen as the SDG Hub for Goal 1: End poverty in all its forms everywhere

UNAI announces its inaugural class of SDG Hubs: Connecting universities and colleges with the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development

United Nations Academic Impact (UNAI) is pleased to announce our new SDG Hubs, UNAI members selected as exemplars for their innovative engagement related to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Institutions have been designated for three-year renewable terms and will serve as resources for best practices for the UNAI network

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The Security Council Chamber from the vantage point of the President of the Council (Photo: UN Photo / Rick Bajornas)
UNAI Quiz: Non-intervention

The United Nations is based on the principle that the Organization shall not intervene in domestic matters of any State. This is the seventh and last principle contained in article 2 of the United Nations Charter. Take the UNAI Quiz about this principle!

Xuan helps UNAI with its website in Chinese
Meet our volunteer translator: Xuan

UNAI has been working over the past few months with a number of online volunteer translators who have made a valuable contribution to broadening the multilingualism of United Nations public information by making the UNAI website more accessible to speakers of different languages. This week we feature Xuan, who helps with the UNAI website in Chinese

A wide view of the General Assembly Hall as María Fernanda Espinosa Garcés, President of the 73rd session of the General Assembly, chairs the Assembly meeting (Photo: UN Photo/Manuel Elías)
UNAI Quiz: UN Principles and Non-Member States

The United Nations is based on the principle that the Organization shall ensure that States which are not Members of the United Nations act in accordance with the principles of its founding treaty. This is the sixth of the principles stated in article 2 of the United Nations Charter. Take the UNAI Quiz about this principle!

Olga helps UNAI with its website in Russian
Meet our volunteer translator: Olga

UNAI has been working over the past few months with a number of online volunteer translators who have made a valuable contribution to broadening the multilingualism of United Nations public information by making the UNAI website more accessible to speakers of different languages. This week we feature Olga, who helps with the UNAI website in Russian

Local authorities and community members collaborate to provide relief in Dominica after a hurricane (Photo: UN Photo/Rick Bajornas)
UNAI Quiz: Cooperation with the United Nations

The United Nations is based on the principle that all Member States should cooperate with the Organization. This is the fifth of the principles stated in article 2 of the United Nations Charter. Take the UNAI Quiz about this principle!

Ophélie helps UNAI with its website in French
Meet our volunteer translator: Ophélie

UNAI has been working over the past few months with a number of online volunteer translators who have made a valuable contribution to broadening the multilingualism of United Nations public information by making the UNAI website more accessible to speakers of different languages. This week we feature Ophélie, who helps with the UNAI website in French

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