The United Nations Philatelists, Inc. is an organization of philatelists devoted to the collection, study and exhibition of the issues of the United Nations Postal Administration, the postal history of the United Nations, the issues and postal history of its branches, specialized agencies and forerunners, as well as the world-wide topical issues that call attention to the United Nations, its agencies and programs.
In support of these activities UNPI issues a bi-monthly journal "The Journal of United Nations Philatelists", which is typically twenty-four pages long and keeps members informed about United Nations philately, including club activities and meetings, on-going research in and new items of philatelic interest to United Nations philatelists.
At the UNP Board Meeting held in Milwaukee, it was decided to change the UNP Dues Schedule. Effective immediately, any member with a valid e-mail address, from the US, Canada, or International, may choose to receive the Journal in Electronic format only, for annual dues of $18. Dues for Members who choose to receive a Printed Journal, with the option of also getting an Electronic copy, will be as follows: US, $28; Canada, $35; and International, $50. The largest factor in the large increases in Canadian and International dues is a very large increase in postage costs.The members of United Nations Philatelists are pleased to announce that beginning with the February 2013 (Volume 37-1). The Journal of United Nations Philatelists (UNP) is being published in full color. The UNPI has posted the the PDF online: February 2013 (Volume 37-1) for all to view.