The Palace of Nations. The United Nations Office at Geneva (Switzerland) is the second most important UN centre, after the United Nations Headquarters.
The Palace of Nations. The United Nations Office at Geneva (Switzerland) is the second most important UN centre, after the United Nations Headquarters.

While the Secretariat of the United Nations is headquartered in New York City, its many bodies, specialized agencies, and related organizations are headquartered in other parts of the world, particularly in Europe.

Locations

Africa

Country City Organizations
 Kenya Nairobi
 Ethiopia Addis Ababa

Americas

Country City Organizations
 Canada Montreal
 Chile Santiago
 Costa Rica Ciudad Colón
 Dominican Republic Santo Domingo
 Jamaica Kingston
 United States New York City
Washington

Asia

Country City Organizations
 Japan Tokyo
 Jordan Amman
 Lebanon Beirut
 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur
  • United Nations University International Institute for Global Health
China Macau
 Thailand Bangkok
 Vietnam Hanoi
 Turkmenistan Ashgabat
  • UNRCCA (United Nations Regional Centre for Preventive Diplomacy for Central Asia)

Europe

Country City Organizations
 Austria Vienna
 Denmark Copenhagen
 Finland Helsinki
 France Paris
 Germany Bonn
Hamburg
 Italy Rome
Trieste
Turin
 Malta Valletta
  • International Institute on Ageing
 Netherlands The Hague
Maastricht
 Norway Oslo
  • United Nations Common Supplier Database
 Spain Madrid
Barcelona
  • United Nations University Institute on Globalization, Culture and Mobility
 Sweden Malmö
  Switzerland Bern
Geneva
 United Kingdom London

Statistics

Relative sizes of the main offices of the United Nations (in 2015)[1]
Location Number of employees in offices of the United Nations
New York City
10,000
Geneva
9,800
Nairobi
4,000
Vienna
4,000
Rome
3,200
Copenhagen
1,350

See also

References

  1. ^ Le Temps, 3 July 2015.