The UN has multiple web services you can log into if you are authorized to do so. Two of the most accessed one are the UN Webmail login platform and the UK iSeek login portal. Provided you have the necessary login credentials, you can sign into either of these websites. If this is your first time, our complete guide will point you in the right direction.
Not only will we cover all the steps you have to take to access the UN webmail service or iSeek, but we’ll also help you with problems. For instance, if you can’t remember your password, we’ll show you how to reset it. Furthermore, we’ll link you to some of the most relevant United Nations resources and contacts. Check it all out below.
Perform UN Webmail Login
It’s quite simple to access the United Nations webmail service, if you have your email address and password at hand. Even if you can’t remember your password, you can reset it with the instructions provided in the third section of our guide. As for signing into your UN webmail account, just follow these instructions for instant access:
- Visit the UN webmail login page.
- Type your United Nations Email address in the first blank box on the right hand side of the side.
- Provide your Password in the second box.
- Search for any misspellings or typos in your UN webmail login credentials.
- Press the yellow Open Mailbox button to finish the process.
Complete UN iSeek Sign In
iSeek is the United Nations Intranet, used by members to share knowledge and resources. UN iSeek login requires a valid username and password. You should know that your iSeek username is the same as your Unite Identity User ID, and your password the same as your Unite Identity one. This is what you have to do to access the UN Intranet:
- Go to the United Nations Intranet iSeek login portal.
- Enter your Username, also known as your Unite Identity User ID, in the first empty field.
- Continue with your Unite Identity Password in the designated box.
- Click the white Log in button when you are ready to get into your iSeek account.
Troubleshoot UN Login Issues
There are password reset options for both UN login portals we have talked about today. As our main focus is the UN webmail login portal, we will share how to regain access to your account here first. Please make sure that you still know your email address to receive specific instructions after these first steps.
UN Webmail Login Help
- Visit the UN webmail login portal using the first link from the first section of this guide.
- Click the blue link entitled Forgot Password. It is marked with red in the image above, right under the Open Mailbox
- Type your Email address in the blank field on the page you were forwarded to.
- Push the blue Submit
- Pay attention to the instructions you get and follow them carefully to reset your password.
- Go back to the UN webmail login portal once you have a new password and follow the first login steps for access.
iSeek Login Assistance
- Access the UN Intranet iSeek website with the second link from our guide.
- Click the blue link that reads Forgot your Unite ID or password? It is also highlighted in red in our screenshot posted above.
- Enter your Unite ID if you want to reset your password.
- Push the Continue button and follow the rest of the steps.
- Click Forgot your Unite ID? if this is the information you can no longer remember.
- Type your Email
- Hit the Submit
- Carry out any other necessary steps to get your Unite ID back.
Useful United Nations Resources
The most significant information about the United Nations can be found on their official website. To access them, scroll down to the very bottom of the page, until you reach the footer. If you are interested in specific offices or departments, you can access New York, Geneva or Nairobi, to name a few options. If you’re interested in working with the UN, you can select Employment or Internships, and much more.
Of great interest is their Issues / Campaigns category. Here you can see all the causes that the United Nations are fighting for and what you can do to help. The Holocaust, Children and Armed Conflict and Climate Change are just a handful of the numerous issues that activists support. Please consult the column to the far right of the page for all of them.
Contact United Nations
Before you reach out to the United Nations personally, we recommend taking a look through their Frequently Asked Questions. It’s likely that you’ll find an answer if your inquiry is general. If you need specific information or you want to offer feedback, feel free to use their online contact form. To receive a reply from one of their representatives, make sure you leave your email address so they can get back to you. Other than that, just select your type of question, state the subject of the message and write your comments.
Find out any other information about the United Nations on their website.