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Quarter I 2024

FEATURED: The UPU and its member countries celebrate women’s achievements through history



Quarter IV 2023

FEATURED: Historians’ Colloquium "Achieving ‘a single postal territory’: A global promise—past and present"

Quarter III 2023

FEATURED: Looking ahead - UPU’s 4th Extraordinary Congress

Quarter II 2023

FEATURED: UPU hackathon makes international postal data available for the first time

March 2023

FEATURED: UPU highlights how Posts can achieve innovation through equality

February 2023

FEATURED: UPU and UN Road Safety Fund looking for road safety heroes

January 2023

FEATURED: UPU seeks to connect every post office to the Internet by 2030


FEATURED: Historians' Colloquium - Call for papers

September 2022

FEATURED: UPU narrows in on green energy transition
August 2022

FEATURED: UPU rolls out a new undeliverable mail remuneration solution

July 2022

FEATURED: Digital postal services, a bridge for small island economies

FEATURED: Women led-digital tech-start ups take center stage at La Poste France.

FEATURED: Building inclusive digital society in Viet Nam

April 2022

FEATURED: UPU bolsters solidarity effort for Ukraine

March 2022

FEATURED: Supporting sports, supporting dreams

FEATURED: UPU puts a spotlight on gender equality

FEATURED: UPU improves and expands distance learning


December 2021: Postal statistics - Pandemic is shifting sector’s transformation

November 2021: Protecting the mail, protecting the public

October 2021: Delivering in the digital era: UPU helps postal operators meet new EAD requirements

September 2021: UPU helping countries to develop rules on ETOEs

August 2021: Opening up of the Universal Postal Union to the wider postal industry

June 2021: Rail Mail – the efficient alternative to air transportation

May 2021: Georgian Post offers vital lifeline to citizens in need