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The 79th session of the UN General Assembly (UNGA 79) will open on Tuesday, 10 September 2024. The first day of the high-level General Debate will be Tuesday, 24 September 2024. 


The United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) is a significant annual event that brings together world leaders, social organizations, changemakers, nonprofit organizations, and peacemakers in the vibrant city of New York. During this time, the city comes alive with a plethora of events and activities, creating a dynamic atmosphere. These gatherings and discussions revolve around a common goal: making the world a better place.

New York City serves as a global hub for diplomacy, and during the UNGA, it becomes a focal point for international cooperation and dialogue. Leaders from diverse nations, along with representatives of social and nonprofit organizations, come together to discuss pressing global challenges, share ideas, and collaborate on solutions. This convergence of minds and voices underscores the commitment to fostering peace, advancing sustainable development, and promoting humanitarian causes.

The city's bustling energy and the myriad of events surrounding the UNGA create an inspiring backdrop for the exchange of innovative ideas and strategies. It's a time when the world unites to address common problems, reaffirm shared values, and work towards creating a more equitable and peaceful world for all.

Coordinating Nonprofit Live Week with the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) can offer several advantages for participants:

  1. Global Visibility: UNGA is one of the most significant diplomatic events globally, attracting world leaders, international media, and policymakers. By aligning with UNGA, Nonprofit Live Week can gain greater visibility and draw more attention to the important work of nonprofit organizations and social impact initiatives.

  2. Access to World Leaders: UNGA brings together heads of state and government officials from around the world. This creates a unique opportunity for nonprofit organizations to engage with high-level decision-makers, potentially securing support, partnerships, and commitments to their causes.

  3. Networking Opportunities: Nonprofit Live Week participants can take advantage of the large number of diplomats, NGOs, and international organizations gathered in New York City during UNGA. This can lead to valuable networking opportunities, collaborations, and partnerships with a global reach.

  4. Amplified Advocacy: Coordinating with UNGA allows nonprofits to leverage the international attention focused on critical global issues. They can use this platform to advocate for their causes, raise awareness, and mobilize support, both among policymakers and the general public.

  5. Knowledge Exchange: Aligning with UNGA can facilitate knowledge exchange and learning from diverse global perspectives. Nonprofit organizations can gain insights into international best practices, innovative approaches, and global challenges that can inform their work.

  6. Increased Fundraising Opportunities: The presence of international leaders and philanthropic organizations during UNGA can provide additional fundraising opportunities for nonprofits. High-profile events and donors may be more inclined to support causes showcased during this period.

  7. Inspirational Impact: Being part of a global assembly of leaders and change-makers during UNGA can inspire and motivate participants to continue their vital work with renewed energy and commitment.


While coordinating with UNGA can offer numerous benefits, it's essential to consider logistical and scheduling challenges, as this period in New York City can be particularly hectic. Nonprofit organizations should carefully plan their participation to maximize the advantages of this alignment while addressing potential operational challenges.

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