The United States has endorsed the Millennium Development Goals but so far
has not backed up this endorsement with financial support.
The delegates of the 2005 General Assembly of the Unitarian Universalist
Association urge our member congregations and individual Unitarian Universalists
to remind their congressional representatives that there is increasing support
by religious liberals and religious conservatives alike to reduce extreme
poverty in the world and encourage them to promote this initiative.
Furthermore, we urge all Unitarian Universalist religious leaders at the
international, national, district, and congregational level to inform themselves
about the Millennium Development Goals and to speak out in their communities
about the eradication of extreme poverty.
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Last updated on Wednesday, August 24, 2011.
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