IUNVA as formed at a meeting in Dublin in 1990, when an interim committee was formed. The Constitution of the Organisation was ratified at the first AGM in October of the same year. The Association has the approval of the Minister of Defence, and is non-denominational, non-political and non-sectarian. Membership is available to any Irish resident who has successfully completed a tour of duty with a UN Force or Organisation, whether he or she is serving or retired. The Association is organised with a National Executive HQ and a number of 'Posts' throughout the country. Post 21 catchment area is from Dun Laoghaire to Wicklow Town towards the Kildare Border. For further information check national website. IUNVA provide social, welfare and psychological support to help the needs of our members and their families. Membership is open to any Irish resident who has served 90 days on an UN military, police or humanitarian missions.
Irish United Nations Veterans Association
Post 21 - Wicklow Branch of Irish UN Veterans Ass.
C/o Irish United Nations Veterans Association
Arbour House, Mount Temple Road
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Order of Malta Premises in Palermo (Little Bray).