Coming to #UNGA events? Here’s how to get your ID card


Now that the 71st session of the UN General Assembly is underway, it’s time for people coming to attend meetings from all over the world pick up their security access credentials

Whether you’re a delegate, journalist, UN staff member or NGO representative, all you need to know is now online.

This information has been made available thanks to the UN’s Department of Safety and Security.

Follow the UN’s social media accounts all month for important updates.

UN Field Operations Arabic Recruitment Campaign

UN Field Operations

Do you speak Arabic and want to serve the world where you are needed most?

If the answer is “yes”, then a career at the United Nations may be for you!

The UN is looking for Arabic speaking professionals in the areas of Political and Civil Affairs who are willing to serve in UN missions in the Middle East. Suitably qualified Arabic speakers across the world are strongly encouraged to apply by 16 August.

Before applying, make sure you meet the minimum requirements:

  • You must have completed your Master’s degree (or your first-level university degree in combination with two additional years of relevant experience);
  • You must speak, understand, and read Arabic at a level that allows you to work in Arabic;
  • For a P3 position, you must have completed 5 years professional work experience;
  • For a P4 position, you must have completed 7 years professional work experience.

un_arabic_campaignRecruiters are looking for:

  • volunteer experience and any hands-on hardship experience in crisis countries or locations;
  • any experience from working in Sudan, DRC, Somalia, Syria, Libya, Yemen, Mano River countries, South Sudan, Afghanistan, Iraq, Ebola- or Tsunami-affected regions.
  • language combinations like Arabic/English, Arabic/French/English. Please note that good working knowledge of Arabic is a requirement for applying. If you have good working knowledge of Arabic, you need to indicate “Fluent” or “Confident” in at least two of the four areas (Read, Speak, Understand, Write) when building your application in Inspira. Fluency in English is also a requirement. If you are fluent in English, you need to indicate “Fluent” in all four areas;
  • any UN field mission experience;
  • any experience from other organizations that serve in similar contexts such as WFP, UNHCR, OCHA, UNDP, UNICEF, IOM;
  • any professional UN staff experience;
  • any experience as UN volunteer;
  • any indication that you have qualified for other UN rosters, technical clearance, talent pipelines or talent pools.

Women are particularly encouraged to apply.

Get more details on the job openings and apply here: