In January 2023 Barrie Oxtoby and Philip Brown were elected as Joint Chairs of UNA Central Region. This site was created following their election.
For details of their aims and actions see the posts below.
Central Region branches will have the opportunity to comment on the following aims before publication. Generally, UNA Central Region will aim to: Find and help to satisfy the wants and needs of UNA branches and groups within the region. Build … Continue reading →
Alex Williams Barrie Oxtoby – Joint Chair Philip Brown – Joint Chair Reece Edmends William Judd Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for comments, queries and suggestions or use the box belowContinue reading →
United Nations Association Climate and Oceans network has created a Climate Action Platform aimed at promoting collective action to mitigate the impact of climate change. They are committed to raising awareness, promoting sustainability practices and advocating for policies that address … Continue reading →
Church Stretton Community Games in July 2018 exhibited how sport can assist and accelerate humanitarian efforts by local voluntary organisations. Highlighting the 17 Sustainable Development Goals, this article summarises how this claim is substantiated for all 17 goals. End poverty … Continue reading →
BBC Sport website reported in February that it has worked with the United Nations-backed Sport Positive Summit since 2019 to research the sustainability of all 20 Premier League clubs, with the rankings updated each year. Teams were asked to provide … Continue reading →
This website was created on 26 January 2023 to provide a service to UNA branches in central England and also publicise UNA related activities in the area. We hope you will find it useful. Please add your comments or suggestions … Continue reading →
The environment underlies each of the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) – from eliminating hunger to reducing inequalities to building sustainable communities around the world. UNA Central has as one of its main aims SDG 17: Building Partnerships. Why? … Continue reading →