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25 September 2019

UNGA Conference “Transforming Our World: Inclusive Social Development for All”

HSA Conference Room, 4 West 43rd Street New York, NY 10036

Please RSVP for the Conference by sending your registration information (Name, Institution, Title) to 

The working language will be English.  

HSA Conference Building is located on 43th Street between 5th and 6th Avenue within walking distance to the renowned 5th Avenue shopping haven and proximity to the city’s public transportation network that connects Manhattan with the other boroughs of New York. The Metrocard is the current payment method for MTA-operated subway and bus systems, as well as several other transportation systems in the metropolitan area.


Tripalla Travel and Transportation LLC


ADDRESS: Fort Lee Business Center, 1605 John St, Fort Lee Nj 07024 – US

TEL NO: +1 551 998 4070



Paramount Hotel (4-star)

Address: 235 W 46th, New York, NY 10036

Telephone: (212) 764-5500


Salisbury Hotel (3-star)

Address:123 W 57th St, New York, NY 10019

Telephone:(212) 246-1300


The Manhattan at Times Square Hotel (3-star)

Address: 4790 7th Ave, New York, NY 10019

Telephone:(212) 581-3300


Holiday Inn Totowa Wayne (3-star)

Address: One US-46, Totowa, NJ 07512

Telephone: (973) 785-9000


Days Inn by Wyndham Brooklyn (2-star)

Address:437 39th St, Brooklyn, NY 11232

Telephone: (718) 732-0117


Best Western Plus Brooklyn Bay Hotel (3-star)

Address: 3003 Emmons Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11235

Telephone:(718) 769-5000


Comfort Inn Hotel (3- Star)

Address: 3218 Emmons Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11235

Telephone: (718) 368-3334


The local currency is the United States Dollar (USD). Currency can be exchanged at all major banks, exchange booths, and most hotels. Major credit cards include American Express, Diners, MasterCard and Visa and are generally accepted almost everywhere.

The participants are expected to have and shall be responsible for their own insurance to cover expenses related to medical treatment while on travel or in United States when attending the reception and/or related events.



NYC Skyline

New York City’s skyline is truly awe-inspiring and should not be missed! Take in the skyscrapers, bridges, waterways, islands, and monuments that create a breathtaking paranormal from one of the city’s world-renowned skyscrapers: Empire State Building or Top of the Rock.


Times Square

The scene that says New York! Take a walk through the square that is lined with massive digital billboards, theaters for Broadway and Off-Broadway shows, people peddling art and jewelry on the street, and street performers showcasing their unique trade. Visitors can also shop in flagship locations of such stores as Toys “R” Us or grab a pre- or post- theater meal along Restaurant Row or simply sit on the red steps and take in the hustle and bustle – a definite treat for the five senses.


Central Park

Designed in the mid-19th century and nestled in the heart of Manhattan, Central Park spans 848 acres of diverse landscapes of rolling fields, walking trails, and tranquil bodies of water – all sculpted by human hands. Among its attractions are the Central Park Zoo, Belvedere Castle, and Friedsam Memorial Carousel. Visitors can also relax and enjoy the outdoors on the great expanses of Sheep Meadow and the Great Lawn.


NYC Museums

The stretch of Fifth Avenue, from East 82nd to East 105th Streets lays claim to one of the worlds’ densest concentrations of culture. Take your pick among the world-class cultural institutions of: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Neue Galerie, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, National Academy & School, Cooper-Hewitt, National Deisgn Museum, Jewish Museum, Museum of the City of New York, and El Museo del Barrio. Venture off the mile, and you have choices like Cloisters in Halem, Frick Collection on Fifth Avenue, and Museum of Modern Art in Midtown.


Statue of Liberty

The gleaming beacon for generations of immigrants seeking a better life in America cannot be missed. Nearby, the Ellis Island Immigration Museum served as the first port of entry in the United States for approximately 12 million immigrants.


Yankee Stadium

The new Yankee Stadium replaced the original (opened in 1928), known as “The House that Ruth Built,” in 2009. In its inaugural season, the team won the 27th World Series title. Catch a game or take a guided tour, which includes stops at the club house/batting cage, dug out, Monument Park, and the New York Yankees Museum.


The Bronx Zoo

The Bronx Zoo is the largest urban wildlife preserve in the United States, covering 265 acres.  It is open seven days a week and offers pay-what-you-wish admission every Wednesday. The Zoo is home to more than 5,000 animals representing more than 600 species.


Brooklyn Bridge

Upon its completion in 1883, the bridge was the world’s longest suspension bridge – 5,898 foot. It is best to leisurely stroll across its elevated pedestrian walkway although the bridge is visible from the shores of both the Manhattan-borough and Brooklyn-borough.


9 11 Memorial & Museum

The Memorial Plaza, covering eight acre, features waterfalls flowing into two large reflecting pools, in the towers’ footprints, with the names of the men, women, and children who lost their lives inscribed in bronze parapets that surround the pools. With over 400 trees planted, the site offers an elegiac sanctuary for commemoration and quiet contemplation. The museum is located beneath the Plaza, houses exhibitions with artifacts, pictures, videos, and accounts from people.


Lincoln Center

Featuring thousands of performances each year, the sprawling 16.3-acre complex is home to 11 organizations, including Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Jazz at Lincoln Center, the Metropolitan Opera, and the New York City Ballet.