• SNDatUN

    Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur is an accredited non-governmental organization (NGO) at the United Nations since 2001. In 2007, the Sisters of Notre Dame of Coesfeld chose to work for systemic change on an international level at the United Nations and were welcomed by the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur. The two groups collaborate on social and sustainable development issues with special attention to the rights of women and girls.
  • Sister Jean Stoner represents the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur at the United Nations, working primarily on issues related to poverty eradication, sustainable development, financing for development, education, and human trafficking.
  • Sister Mary Jo Toll represents the Sisters of Notre Dame of Coesfeld at the United Nations, working principally in the areas of education, migration, human trafficking, sustainable development, and girls' rights.
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UN INFORMATION CENTRES (UNICs) AROUND THE WORLD

“The United Nations cannot reach its purposes if the peoples of the world are not fully informed of its aims and activities. Located in over 60 countries, UN Information Centres help local communities obtain up-to-date information on the UN and its activities.” (UNIC website)

To see where UNICs are located in your part of the world, go to

English            http://www.un.org/aroundworld/unics/english/about.htm

French             http://unic.un.org/aroundworld/unics/fr/index.asp

Spanish           http://unic.un.org/aroundworld/unics/es/index.asp

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