As written in Article II of UNATT's constitution, one of our Aims and Objectives is "To encourage the people of Trinidad and Tobago, the Caribbean and the International community to participate in and further the work of the United Nations".
Per Article III - "Membership and Affiliation" of UNATT's Constitution, here are the membership roles under which you can participate pending approval of applications and payment of annual subscriptions:
Any person of the age of eighteen (18yrs) and upwards who signed his/her agreement with the aims and objectives of the Association shall be eligible for Membership.
CBO (Community Based Organization) Membership
Community based organisations shall be defined as such bodies engaged in community work, community development and community mobilisation which accept the aims and objectives of the Association.
i. Educational, professional, social welfare organisations, workers groups and friendly societies.
ii Religious bodies, youth and school organisations.
Any limited liability company or other corporate body that accepts the aims and objectives of the Association, shall be eligible for membership, subject to the approval of the Executive Committee.
An individual may be accorded Honorary Membership by the Executive Committee. Ambassadors, High Commissioners and Representatives of the United Nations Bodies accredited to Trinidad and Tobago are eligible to become Honorary Members of the Association.
Any person below the age of eighteen (18) years may be admitted as a student member of the Association. The Executive Committee of the Association shall make regulations controlling the admission of student members. Student membership is also open to persons enrolled in any recognised educational institution.