Wednesday, 18 January 2017

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United Nations Mobile Applications


UN mobile apps and e-publication are an easy and informative way to engage every day with the UN.

From data visualisation to the latest news, the UN is at your fingertips with over two dozen mobile apps to date. Load them onto your phone or tablet and keep up to date with the UN's latest digital works!

Below you will find a complete list of UN digital products.

→ More e-books, e-collections and databases from the UN Digital website

ILOSTAT Country Profiles iTunes

ILO-countrystatsThis app provides easy access to country-level data for labour market indicators from the ILO.

The yearly indicators are standardized for comparability across countries and rely heavily on the official submission of data by national authorities from over 200 countries, territories and areas.


ILO InfoStories iTunes

ILOInfoStoriesUnderstand the world of work with ILO InfoStories. Drawing on the wealth of information and analysis available to the ILO, each issue uses a visual narrative to present a unique perspective on labour-related themes.


UNMAS Landmine & ERW Safety

UNMAS-APPThis application is designed to complement the Landmine and Explosive Remnants of War (ERW) Safety Handbook, produced by the United Nations.

Its ultimate aim is to provide general landmine and ERW awareness and safety information to organisations and individuals working in the vicinity of areas affected by these devices in order to minimise the risk of accidents


FAO in Emergencies

FAOAppFollow the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations top news and recent highlights covering response to disasters, emergencies and food security crises all over the world. This new tool will allow you to keep up with FAO’s continued efforts to increase the resilience of people and their livelihoods to threats and crises.


iTunes and Google Play

ApeAppThe Great Apes Survival Partnership [GRASP] presents ApeApp, an application that brings together news and projects from multiple conservation agencies including the African Wildlife Foundation, The Orangutan Conservancy, The Goualougo Triangle Ape Project and the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund. Learn more about gorillas, chimpanzees, bonobos and orangutans and get involved to help support these species' ongoing survival.


United Nations Handbook 2015-16 iTunes and Android

UNHandbook-picThe United Nations Handbook, along with its mobile app, is designed to be an accessible guide to the complex UN system for those working with or within the UN.


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