Germany in the United Nations

Im Dialog: Der UN-Sicherheitsrat
UN General Assembly in New York: Germany assumes more responsibility in difficult times.
Kristina Lunz
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The future of foreign policy

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Always in action: staff of the WFP
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UN programme: a Nobel Peace Prize laureate

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Applause at the end of the UN Climate Change Conference
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Saying goodbye to coal

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Activist Benjamin von Wong with a plastic artwork in Nairobi.
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Historic decision against plastic

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The UN in Germany

35 UN organizations have their headquarters in Germany, 24 of them in the UN city of Bonn. Find out here which ones they are.
Topic of the week: 25 years of the UN city of Bonn

Facts about the UN city of Bonn

Bonn is the seat of many UN organizations. Find out here answers to all the important questions about these UN institutions.

Serving for peace

Maintaining peace is a central role of the United Nations. Germany participates in many missions – with soldiers, police officers and civilian personnel.

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UN Campus Bonn

UN City Bonn: centre of sustainability

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Christoper Heusgen
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“Our programme is ‘Together First’”

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Session of the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva

“Positively influencing the destinies of many people”

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Filippo Grandi
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“There is a crisis, but not in Europe”

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Quick facts
3,500
German peacekeepers

are currently deployed on United Nations peacekeeping missions.

1973

was the year West Germany became a member of the UN – as the same time as East Germany.

158.5 million
US dollars

was Germany’s contribution to the United Nations budget in 2017.

30
UN agencies

are domiciled in Germany, most of them in Bonn.

Together for peace

How German soldiers, police and civilians are assuming responsibility around the globe on behalf of the United Nations.
Schafgans/dgph - Jennifer Stapper

The United Nations Volunteers programme

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UNFCCC - UN City Bonn

United Nations Climate Change Secretariat in Bonn

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