President of Austria visits the UN in Vienna
The Austrian President, Alexander Van der Bellen, has been visiting the Vienna International Centre for the first time on Wednesday 22 November. The President met some of the 4,500 people who work at 'UNO City' - one third of whom are Austrian - and found out more about the work of the Vienna-based UN Organizations. More...
Vienna and the New Urban Agenda
Vienna has topped the list of the world's most liveable cities for eight years in a row. As a growing city it faces many of the same challenges as other urban environments such as affordable housing, transport networks and integration of migrants. Watch our short film about how Vienna is trying to make the UN's New Urban Agenda a reality for people living in the city. More...
Using Science for Peace and Development
Science is highly diverse. World Science Day for Peace and Development offers an opportunity to demonstrate how science is relevant to people's daily lives. There are many scientists among the UN family in Vienna working to use science for peaceful purposes that improve people's lives. Find out more here...
The World Federation of United Nations Associations (WFUNA) will organize a 3-day MUN Workshop at the UN Office at Vienna, Austria from 11-13 December 2017 - Deadline for application is 31 November 2017.
The United Nations in Vienna offers you a unique opportunity to get an insight into global policy making. We are the world centre for issues such as nuclear explosions, hi-tech satellites and international crime prevention and you can be a part of it.
We also offer group lectures and tours on specialized topics and for children.