Get Involved with the Unitarian Universalist United Nations Office
Guided by our principles, Unitarian Universalists (UUs) are called to advocate for international human rights, peace, and climate justice, promoting the inherent worth and dignity of people and planet. The Unitarian Universalist United Nations Office (UU-UNO) is the UU voice to the UN. Join our global social justice movement by getting involved and building awareness!
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Become an Envoy
Envoys represent the UU-UNO within their congregation, working to get their congregation involved in international issues and sharing important information on current UN and UU-UNO activities. Learn more about the Envoy Program.
Youth Envoy Program
A Youth Envoy acts as a link or liaison between your congregation or your congregation’s Youth Group and the work of the UU-UNO. Learn about becoming a Youth Envoy.
Attend the Intergenerational Spring Seminar
Every April, youth and adults from around North America gather in New York City for our exciting and educational Intergenerational Spring Seminar. All participants gain a deep understanding on a topic of global concern in a fun intergenerational environment. Learn more about the Intergenerational Spring Seminar.
Intern at the UU-UNO
Our internship program provides an exciting opportunity to learn about the United Nations and to work in support of UN efforts to eradicate injustice and promote human rights around the world. Learn more about Internship Opportunities.
Host a UN Sunday Service
Every year, the UU-UNO invites congregations and individual UUs to deepen their understanding of the United Nations by devoting one service each October to reaffirm the connections between UU principles and the vital issues dealt with at the UN. Learn more about hosting a UN Sunday service.
- Resource: UN Sunday Resource Packet
- Submit your UN Sunday sermon for a chance to win the Dana Greeley Award
UN Religious Education
The UU-UNO’s Religious Education curriculum entitled “UN Me” teaches children about the UN and helps expand their knowledge of international affairs. Learn more about the UN Me Curriculum.
Blue Ribbon Congregation
Strengthen support for the UU-UNO by helping your congregation achieve Blue Ribbon status and be recognized for its steadfast dedication to international human rights. Learn more about Becoming a Blue Ribbon Congregation.
Dana Greeley Sermon Competition
The UU-UNO invites submissions of sermons or addresses that speak to building a more just international community. Learn more about the Dana Greeley Award.