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The UN Campus in Bonn, Germany, is seat to 18 organizations of the United Nations. It was opened in July 2006 by then-Secretary-General Kofi Annan and then-Chancellor of Germany Angela Merkel and expanded in July 2013.

UN Campus, Bonn
UN Bonn Logo.svg
UN Bonn is located in Germany
UN Bonn
UN Bonn
Location within Germany
General information
Town or cityBonn
CountryGermany
Coordinates50°43′05″N 7°07′38″E / 50.7181°N 7.1272°E / 50.7181; 7.1272Coordinates: 50°43′05″N 7°07′38″E / 50.7181°N 7.1272°E / 50.7181; 7.1272
Current tenantsUnited Nations
Inaugurated2006
OwnerInstitute for Federal Real Estate
Website
www.unbonn.org
Aerial view of the campus
COP 23 with 'Bula zone' near river Rhine

The UN Campus is owned by the Institute for Federal Real Estate and used rent-free by the United Nations.

The 2017 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP 23) was held on 6–17 November 2017 there and in World Conference Center Bonn (WCCB), near the UNFCCC secretariat, for the small island country Republic of Fiji.

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Constituent agenciesEdit

Agencies/officesEdit

The following United Nations entities are based, or have offices, at the campus in Bonn:[1][2]

SecretariatsEdit

The following all have their secretariat offices based at the Bonn campus:[1][2]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "About UN Bonn". UN Bonn. United Nations. n.d. Retrieved 6 August 2019.
  2. ^ a b "UN Bonn: Shaping a Sustainable Future" (PDF). UN Bonn. United Nations. October 2018. Retrieved 6 August 2019.

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