UN Produced News
- Follow UN News in English and French on Twitter and Facebook, subscribe to feeds, get the app, or sign up for emails on topics of interest.
- UN News podcasts and news agency style snippets can be subscribed to by RSS. Audio broadcasts are in six languages, plus Portuguese and Kiswahili.
The daily briefing of the Spokesperson for the Secretary-General is online. Find the full text of the Secretary-General's statements and press conferences.
The Web Governance page lays out guidelines for creating UN websites that are accessible and multilingual.
UN Information Centres around the world report on their outreach activities on UNIC websites and social media.
Follow the news in pictures with UN Photo. UN photographers capture the work of the Organization at UN duty stations and the field.
UN Web TV
UN Web TV broadcasts live press conferences, the daily briefing, and official meetings.
Conferences and Meetings
Check the Calendar of Conferences and Meetings for the scheduled dates and venues of conferences and meetings.
The Journal of the United Nations has information on daily and forthcoming meetings, daily lists of documents, signatures and ratifications, press conferences, and more in Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian, and Spanish.
Press Releases and Meetings Coverage
UN Official Meeting Records
The main UN accounts are listed on un.org under the UN on Social Media.
iSeek has a page with social media guidelines for staff and account holders.
The iSeek Team manages the main internal communications for the UN Secretariat UN Intranet-iSeek and the current site Delegate, which features stories and announcements published in iSeek, some of which are selected to inform Member States Delegates on UN activities and events ocurring in New York and around the globe.
To submit content for Delegate, write to email@example.com.
Media and Press Coverage of International News
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Third-Party News, Intelligence Reports and Encyclopedias
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