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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...
Webinar Asks Are We Imperial FaithFrom UUA InternationalWatch the recordings and peruse the materials of the International U/U Joint Working Group's recent webinar series, which asked "Are We An Imperial Faith?"
Power at the UNFrom UUA InternationalIn its 75 years, the United Nations has seen slow but significant shifts in how power is exercised by Member States and civil society within its systems.
UN Needs U.S.From UUA InternationalThe world is better when the U.S. sets an example as it has in the past for human rights protection and climate action that others might follow.