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The Unitarian Universalist Office at the United Nations (UU@UN) is proud to share our Religious Education packet, “UN Me” to help teach children about the United Nations and international engagement. The curriculum is created for approximately 4th grade but can be adapted for any age group. The...
Why Maintain a UU Presence at the United Nations?From UUA InternationalThe UU@UN’s role is to be part of the conversation at the UN where global decisions are made. 2020 saw this advocacy continue in virtual settings.
The 2020 Women of the Diaspora Summit: Black Women in Global Governance ConveneFrom UUA InternationalFor UN Human Rights Day, on December 8 at 12PM EST, the Unitarian Universalist Association at the United Nations will be hosting “The Right to Joy: Wome...
Civil Society's Role in Breaking Down the Systemic Poverty of Fast FashionFrom UUA InternationalRead about fast-fashion and “Civil Society's Role in Breaking Down the Systemic Poverty of Fast-Fashion” in the UU@UN’s blog.