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15 April 2024 to 31 May 2024
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Special Accreditation - The 2024 UN Summit of the Future (SOTF)

Welcome to the special accreditation process for the 2024 UN Summit of the Future. In line with commitments articulated in both Decision 77/568 and the Modalities Resolution (A/RES/76/307), the two co-facilitators, Germany and Namibia, have outlined plans, with the support of the United Nations, for engagement with civil society and other stakeholders.

This engagement aims to complement intergovernmental consultations and ensure diverse voices and perspectives can contribute at different stages of the Summit’s preparatory process. The Summit will take place at the United Nations Headquarters in New York on 22-23 September 2024.

For more background information on the Summit, please visit the website.  

Stakeholder Participation in the Summit

In order to participate in the Summit, the following categories of relevant organizations that are not in consultative status with ECOSOC must express interest and apply for special accreditation:

- Non-governmental organizations 
- Civil society organizations 
- Academic institutions
- Private sector

Interested organizations may apply for special accreditation by following the REGISTER NOW link at the bottom of this page.  

Please Note:  

  • You do NOT need to apply for special accreditation if your NGO has consultative status with ECOSOC
  • This ad-hoc special accreditation is applied for at the organizational level, requiring only one application per entity. Individuals may not apply for special accreditation.
  • Projects fiscally-sponsored by parent entities may not apply for accreditation. The fiscal sponsor must apply with proof of its legal status. Only entities with their own legal status may apply for special ad hoc accreditation.
  • Stakeholder applications will be reviewed by Member States in accordance with the relevant General Assembly Resolution. The name of the organization and country will be shared with the Member States, and other information, including but not limited to the homepage and/or the reason for participation may also be shared if requested.  
  • Accredited entities will be informed and will receive further instruction to finalize their registration, as representatives will need to register individually to secure their participation in the event. 
  • If you do not already have an Indico account, please create one before proceeding with your application. Please find the user guide on creating the account here.

Necessary documents for accreditation:

(a) Expression of interest;

(b) Proof of Legal Status;

(c) Relevant Activities to the Summit