The United Nations Association in Canada (UNA-Canada) is an historic, national charitable organization providing the leading policy voice on multilateralism in Canada. Established in 1946, UNA-Canada was a founding member of the World Federation of United Nations Association and today holds it’s elected Chair representing global civil society. The Prince George branch of UNA-Canada was formed on April 16, 2014 to establish UNAC in the communities of Northern British Columbia.
Our mission is to educate and engage Canadians in the work of the UN and the critical international issues that affect us all. We believe that a strong and effective United Nations is essential if we are to secure a future based on equality, dignity and justice for all. UNA-Canada is dedicated to promoting constructive Canadian participation in the United Nations system and to growing global citizens in Canada who embrace the principles of the UN Charter. The Prince George branch’s goals in particular are to educate and promote the work of the United Nations in the northern communities of British Columbia including aboriginal groups and other non-government organizations.
Please see the below document for the UNAC-PG Strategic Plan: