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If you are thinking of proposing an AIW, consider posting your idea go to Planning for AIWs at General Assembly (GA) to get a head start and gain partners or allies.
To assist Unitarian Universalists in organizing Actions of Immediate Witness (AIWs) at an upcoming General Assembly (GA), the Commission on Social Witness (CSW) encourages you to plan and collaborate online.
To post your idea between April 15 and June 1, email your:
1. topic title,
2. two-sentence description, and
3. contact email address to: socialwitness @ uua.org
(Please start your Subject line with AIW).
The proposed AIWs will be posted online and people interested in learning more about a particular topic or collaborating on drafting an AIW can communicate directly with the original proposer. If you prefer to just propose a topic for others to consider, send only the title and description to be posted. If another person wants to coordinate planning that issue, they can notify us at socialwitness @ uua.org.
Proposed AIWs CANNOT be submitted online. You must visit the Commission on Social Witness booth in the Exhibit Hall, where you can get the necessary forms, updates, and assistance with fine tuning your proposed AIW.
For additional help as you proceed, please contact the Commission on Social Witness at socialwitness @ uua.org. Through our social witness process, we work together so that the moral arc of the universe bends ever more closely toward justice.
For more information contact socialwitness @ uua.org.
This work is made possible by the generosity of individual donors and congregations.
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Last updated on Tuesday, June 3, 2014.
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