UNA-Serbia Youth Section

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UNA-Serbia Youth Section


UN Association of Serbia (UNA-Serbia)


UNA-Serbia Youth Section is an integral part of UNA-Serbia. It is comprised of students who are involved in projects, as well as various sectors of UNA-Serbia. Its main program areas are to inform and educate youth about the United Nations.


At the 10th September 2011 UNA-Serbia annual assembly, a new program for the Youth Section was established and new officials of the UNA-Serbia Youth Section were elected. About 70 percent of the Association's members are aged 15-30, with most of UNA-Serbia's programs being youth-oriented through the work of UN clubs in schools and colleges.

  • Stefan Kondic, President
  • Ilona Badza, Secretary

Current Projects

  • Information and education about the UN
  • Belgrade International Model UN, in its eighth year with 1200 participants from 40 countries, and support from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • "UN Week" - activities in schools, art and literary contest, translation and distribution of educational materials about the UN
  • "MDGs and Sustainable Development" - peer education in schools
  • "Education for tolerance and human rights" - workshop and other activities in schools


  • Most of UNA-Serbia's programs are youth-oriented through the work of UN clubs in schools and colleges

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