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Congregational Study/Action Issues
Congregational Study/Action Issues (CSAIs)
Social Witness Process

We are stronger together. Our combined efforts to make the world more fair and humane can accomplish more than any one of us working alone. As Unitarian Universalists, we set priorities for our social justice efforts by investing in key issues that exemplify our commitments to justice, equity and compassion. Learn more about the social witness statement process

The UUA is re-thinking how the Association does social witness work—and your voice is important.  Share your ideas by going to the Vision for Social Witness forum.

Proposed 2018 CSAIs

Participate in the Social Witness CSAI Process

  • The ballot for the Congregational Poll includes an opportunity to vote for proposed new congregational study action issues (CSAIs) to be placed on the 2018 agenda for the UUA General Assembly.  The Congregational Poll is posted on-line with the Congregational Certification Form. Access is by Congregational log-on. Congregations must cast their vote by the February 1. For the proposed CSAIs to be placed on the Final Agenda, twenty-five percent (25%) of all certified congregations must participate in the ballot vote concerning these proposed CSAIs, and a majority of those must vote in favor of placing the CSAI on the Final Agenda.

Read more about criteria for CSAIs and suggestions for how to engage congregation members in a discussion of the discussion of the possible CSAIs.

Current CSAIs

Congregational Study/Action Issues (CSAIs) are issues selected by Unitarian Universalist member congregations for four years of study, reflection and action.

Recent Past CSAIs

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