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Welcome to UNA-SA

UNA-SA is a chapter of the United Nations Association of the United States of America (UNA-USA), an independent, nonprofit, nonpartisan organization. UNA-USA seeks to stimulate public support of constructive US policies in the UN and to improve the UN's effectiveness in dealing with global challenges. ...read more

United Nations Association Center,
Supporting UNICEF since 1975

un center has ecclectic gifts crafted from artisans around the globe

The mission of the United Nations Association Center is to raise funds for UNICEF and support UNA-SA's educational programs. ...read more


UNA-SA sponsors artisans for cultural educational and sales events several times a year. Please refer to our events page. ... read more

Education Program

UNA-SA Lectures and Presentations and the Brown Bag series

From September through May, UNA-SA features speakers on the third Tuesday of every month. Subjects vary within a wide range of international topics. ...read more

Educational presentations about the United Nations' agencies and policies, as well as a resource library with audio visual and printed materials, are available to the public for no charge.

The Educational Resource Library features books, magazines, and audiovisual materials on international topics. ... read more


Young Professionals for International Cooperation

UNA-SA invites young professionals who participate in the Y.P.I.C. to learn about the work of the United Nations and to join UNA-SA and participate in our educational program. ...read more

United Nations Association Center, Supporting UNICEF since 1975

6242 E. Speedway Blvd. in the Monterey Village Shopping Center
Tucson, Arizona 85712

Phone: 520-881-7060

November & December Hours
    Mon-Fri 10 - 5:30
    Sat-Sun 10 - 5:00


Saturday, December 6, 2014
From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Phyllis Woods presents TRIBALINKS handmade jewelry and African artifacts.

African Art at the UNA Center


Please attend the next presentation Tuesday, December 16 at 12 noon.

"Afghan Journeys" - A Panel Presentation and Discussion



Sponsored by the United Nations Association of Southern Arizona