Publications in German

The flagship publication of UNA-Germany (DGVN) is the bimonthly academic journal VEREINTE NATIONEN - German Review on the United Nations, which is the only German-language periodical devoted exclusively to UN-affairs.

Eine-Welt-Presse (One-World-Press): a popular topical newspaper on current questions concerning the relationship between the global north and south and aspects of multilateral development policy.

DGVN-Texte (UNA-Germany Texts): the book series DGVN-Texte offers detailed information on UN-relevant topics in a compact form.

UN-Basis-Informationen (UN Basic Information): an essential and concise compilation of the most important facts on UN organs and specialized agencies in addition to current UN topics and activities. These various issues are being updated on regular basis.

Blaue Reihe (Blue Series): this series provides studies and discussion texts concerning UN relevant topics, important UN documents and conference documentations which are currently being published in small numbers.

Policy Paper: statements made by authors at the UNA-Germany on current discussions within the field of the United Nations, the field of international cooperation as well as questions concerning the German and European UN policy.

Information Service "Population & Development" (Informationsdienst “Bevölkerung & Entwicklung“): Information on questions concerning worldwide human population growth are published three to four times a year.

Human Development Report (Bericht über die menschliche Entwicklung): an annual report on global economic and social development. The German version is published by UNA-Germany on behalf of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP). Additionally, an illustrated summary of the annual report can be ordered free-of-charge. It is suitable for classes within the political education sector.

Publications in English

DGVN-Texte 54 (UNA Germany Texts)
How to File Complaints on Human Rights Violations. A Manual for Individuals and NGOs (5th, updated and enlarged edition) 
Klaus Hüfner, Berlin 2010, 194 pages, ISBN 978-3-923904-66-2 (order here)

Policy Paper 1/2012
No second-class partners: The troop-contributing countries of the United Nations deserve Germany's support (download pdf)

What can save UNESCO?

Summary of Contents
Klaus Hüfner - "What can save UNESCO?"

The USA stopped paying the membership contribution to the regular budget of the UN cultural organisation following the admission of Palestine to the UNESCO. The hereby caused financial crisis uncovers profound flaws in the structure of the UNESCO. UNA-Germany author Klaus Hüfner discusses in his book possible reform steps.
Hüfner, Klaus: "What can save UNESCO?", Frank & Timme GmbH Verlag für wissenschaftliche Literatur, Berlin 2015

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