The United Nations Association of Germany - UNA Germany (Deutsche Gesellschaft für die Vereinten Nationen – DGVN) was founded in 1952 as a non-governmental organization and became a full member of the World Federation of United Nations Associations (WFUNA) in 1966. UNA-Germany is a non-partisan and independent organization and does not represent the specific interests of any single grouping in society. It works as a non-profit organization. Its directorate is elected every two years.
According to its charter the UNA-Germany strives to inform the German public in an impartial and critical manner of the aims, institutions and activities of the United Nations. It intends to increase interest in and awareness of current events in foreign and development policy, in cultural and world economic policy as well as in international relations and developments in general. UN-Germany wants to encourage debate on these topics. Emphasis also lies on the critical discussion of German UN policy.
The United Nations Association of Germany is cooperating with Jungle Drum on the newly established CliMap.org project, which is currently in its preparation phase. Visit the website of UNA Germany for further information.
The International Relations and Security Network (ISN) is the world’s foremost open access information service for international relations and security professionals.
Established in 1994, its mission is to promote greater knowledge sharing, learning and collaboration. It does this by building a portfolio of free, high-quality information services; offering technical, editorial and administrative support to a host of online communities; and providing e-learning consulting, content and technology services and products.
The ISN strives to meet the rapidly evolving information and educational needs of our users by working with the world’s leading think tanks, universities, research institutes, NGOs and international organizations. The partner network continues to grow in tandem with the changing international agenda. This allows the ISN to offer its users a broad selection of views and opinions on the major issues of our day.
The ISN is an online project of the Center for Security Studies (CSS), at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zurich). It is jointly funded by the Swiss Department for Defence, Civil Protection and Sport (DDPS) and ETH Zurich.
The ISN is cooperating with Jungle Drum on the development and expansion of ResolutionFinder.org. Visit the ISN's website for more information.