• UPU Director General calls for transformation and innovation in future postal strategy
  • Statement of the Director General on the 145th Anniversary of the Universal Postal Union
  • Q&A on the ballot for a third Extraordinary Congress
  • Stakeholders weigh in on remuneration
  • The Postal Security Group: Working to make the postal world safer
  • UPU’s successful postal payment service galvanized by regional approach
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UPU Director General reinforces support for small island development

The UPU will roll out special development projects in the South Pacific after the Director General’s visit to five countries in the region earlier this year revealed common challenges among small island developing states (SIDS).

Building bridges, building lives

At a special ceremony to unveil a wall dedicated to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development on 1 May, the Deputy Director General of the Universal Postal Union (UPU) Pascal Clivaz stressed UPU’s role in achieving the 17 sustai...

Factbox: How the UPU develops postal strategy

With over 668,000 post offices, 5.3 million staff and physical infrastructure covering 192 countries, the postal sector represents one of the largest physical networks in the world. As a specialized agency of the United Nations Sy...

UPU Director General calls for transformation and innovation in future postal strategy

The UPU Regional Strategy Forum for Asia-Pacific was held in Bangkok, Thailand, leading to recommendations on transforming the postal landscape to respond to changing market realities.

Statement of the Director General on the 145th Anniversary of the Universal Postal Union

The Universal Postal Union’s 145th Anniversary is a cause for celebration across the international postal sector, but also an opportunity to pause, to reflect and to appreciate the organization’s achievements in the 21st Century.

Q&A on the ballot for a third Extraordinary Congress

The UPU Council of Administration (CA) has unanimously recommended that member countries convene an Extraordinary Congress in Geneva on 24 – 25 September 2019 to discuss the terminal dues rates for small packets. This is in direct...