Join Us: (Be a Part of UNYSAN)
United Nations Youth and Student Association Nepal has invited the interested youth and student to joint this Association as its member and contribute to promoting it which is a platform common to all youth and students deeply committed to the ideals of United Nations.
Condition for membership:
i) Youth and Students wishing to be the member of this Association should fully agree to have faith in the objectives of this Association.
ii) Youth wishing to be the member of this Association as member should attend three or four events organized by this Association.
iii) Youth wishing to be the member of this Association as member should strictly follow the terms and conditions set by this Association.
iv) The Executive Council can provide membership to the applicants if it decides so. The membership fee is Rs. 1500 . Every year the members should renew their membership.
Here are some of the benefits of becoming a member:
First, becoming a member means that you can attend UNYSAN events and join UNYSAN delegations to overseas conferences. If you aren’t already a member when you attend one of our conferences, then you’ll become a member by registering for it.
Second, you’ll be added to our email database, so we will send you information about upcoming events and opportunities within UNYSAN and in other organizations who we are closely affiliated with. You’ll be the first to know about upcoming social events, Model UNs, and overseas delegations.
Third, you’ll be able to vote for UNYSAN office-holders, and even run for positions on event teams, regional councils, or the national executive, and so help to shape the future of UNYSAN.
Fourth, Even though we do not intend to earn any money from memberships, when we approach sponsors, the media, or other NGOs, the more members we have, the more effect we can have.
As a member you also get to share your thoughts and experiences with other like minded youth from around Nepal at UNYSAN events or through the UNYSAN website and social media sites.
For more information about what UNYSAN does, and what you can do as a member of UNYSAN, take a moment to browse our website.
UNYSAN members shall help to achieve core Aims which are to:
- - Educate young people and the community about the work of the United Nations;
- - Empower young people to get involved in international affairs and civil society;
- - Represent the views of young people at a local, national and international level; and,
- - Act as a forum young people to network and socialize.
About Volunteering in UNYSAN:
United Nations Youth and Students Association of Nepal (UNYSAN) is youth-led organization consisting entirely of youth volunteers. UNYSAN is a great way to teach about the United Nations, get other youth involved in understanding and sharing the ideals enshrined in the UN Charter and other universal principles. UNYSAN also provides a fertile ground for youth empowerment, education, networking, and generating public opinion to support the work of the United Nations to build a better world for all.
UNYSAN provides various opportunities for volunteering with young and energetic youth. The volunteering opportunities are open to both Nepalese youths and International Volunteers who might be interested to work in the field of youth problem in Nepal. This is right place to explore their enthusiasm.
International volunteers have already worked with us. Mike Cruz(USA), Ram Gopal Sharma(India).
A volunteer can participate/assist in the variety of activities conducted by UNYSAN, some of which are :
– Model United Nations, a stimulation of a UN meeting for High School students (not unlike a competitive debate);
- Education Programmes run for primary and secondary school students, informing them about the work of the United Nations;
- Speakers event and panel discussions;
- UN Youth Delegate programmes.
Who can become a member?
Just about anyone who agrees with the Association’s objectives, and is either aged between 18 and 34
So, if you share UNYSAN’s enthusiasm and commitment to the United Nations and its ideals, then become a member now!
How do I join?
Write a e-mail to us at email@example.com with your recent CV and letter of motivation subject to the National Executive’s approval for your membership.
After your membership approval we will call you or reply back to your email.
you can become a member by registering to attend one of our open events where you can fill in a hard-copy membership form.
Eligibility for the Membership:
Should not be mentally or physically unhealthy.Should not have been terminated from the service due to his/her involvement in the Fraudulent and criminal activities, misuse of monetary assets by the Government of Nepal or any Corporate Body.Is not found guilty in the eyes of Law and declared as criminal by the court.Have not been declared unsuitable candidate to be remain in any post as per the policy and guidelines of Social Welfare Council.
What will you use my details for?
Just to contact you. We will not pass your email address or any other details on to anyone else without your permission. We need your contact details for our membership database, and check your date of birth to confirm that you’re eligible to be a member.
And don’t worry – we won’t flood your email inbox. We send out emails roughly once every month. Or even every two months, because we don’t want to waste our members’ time with excessive messages.
Sometimes, we’ll send you emails more frequently, but that will only be if there are opportunities or events within UNYSAN that we think are relevant to you and believe you will be interested in.
Do I have to do anything if I join?
No! While you can attend our events, you don’t have to. Becoming a member means that you can’t act inconsistently with the UNYSAN constitution (which you probably won’t do anyway), which is just a general legal requirement for societies. Even if you did breach the UNYSAN constitution (which you won’t), the worst thing that would happen would be that your membership could get terminated. So don’t worry – you can’t, don’t, and won’t lose anything.
By joining UNYSAN, you’ll open opportunities for what you can do. But you don’t have to do anything. We hope and expect, however, as we’re proud of our events, that you will want to.
Type of Membership:
I. Active Membership
II. Participatory Membership
The variety of membership shall be based on:
- - Membership based on religion and ethnic groups
- - Membership based on Gender (priority to female)
- - Membership based on bearing roles and responsibilities in school, college or University
- - Membership based on course of study with different faculty
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