• UNITAR Hiroshima Office celebrates its 20th anniversary in 2023! The Office was established on 15 July 2003.
  • UNITAR alumni, partners, resource persons, friends and supporters are invited to share their experiences through our survey.
  • What you share with us will help us design our celebration and may be featured in our social media accounts, website and or videos (with your consent).

23 February 2023, Hiroshima, Japan – The year 2023 marks 20 years since the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) Hiroshima Office was established. We thank our alumni, partners, resource persons and coaches who supported us over the years so UNITAR could deliver innovative learning to individuals, organizations and institutions in least-developed countries, conflict and post-conflict states and fragile states. We also engage with our community in Hiroshima and other people living in Japan. 

UNITAR Hiroshima Office would not have come this far without your encouragement and cooperation. And we would like you to be an integral part of our 20th-anniversary celebrations!

Please fill out an online survey to tell us about your experiences with UNITAR Hiroshima Office. What training programmes did you participate in? What were some memorable moments for you? How did the programme impact your life?

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We also welcome your celebratory messages and what you expect or hope from us in the coming years.

We will use your stories to design our celebration and, with your consent, may feature some of your voices through our social media platforms, events and website. 

Thank you for your continued support of UNITAR Hiroshima Office. We look forward to the next 20 years and working towards a peaceful and prosperous world.

Click the link to get started: https://forms.gle/Q9cJF5q6UTtwPpu8A


About UNITAR Hiroshima Office

UNITAR is the only United Nations entity with a presence in the symbolic city of Hiroshima. Established in 2003, our Hiroshima Office is part of the UNITAR Division for Prosperity and develops and delivers needs-based training in support of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). To date, the Hiroshima Office has reached nearly 50,000 learners in least-developed countries, conflict and post-conflict states, and fragile states, as well as people living in Japan.

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