Intergenerational Spring Seminar

Photo of youth and adults in dialogue at the 2016 Intergenerational Spring Seminar hosted by the UU@UN
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The Intergenerational Spring Seminar, hosted by the UUA Office at the UN aims to instill in Unitarian Universalist youth and adults a commitment to global engagement and the skills to take action locally to address global issues.

The intergenerational seminar is an opportunity to collaborate with others while learning how to be a global activist. Through workshops, peer and expert-led panel discussions, community building activities, and worship services, you will undergo a transformative process of learning, reflection, and growth while exploring some of the most challenging issues facing humanity today.

In addition to short blocks of virtual programming throughout the week, the 2022 Seminar offers opportunities for congregations to host local gatherings in-person! Read more about the format for this year's event.

About Spring Seminar 2022

We invite UU congregations to volunteer to host local gatherings to offer local Seminar participants a chance to connect in-person around what they’re learning and do some arts and activism locally.

Host a Gathering

Start gearing up for what to expect at the 2022 Intergenerational Spring Seminar by checking out the Tentative Schedule! This page is updated regularly with new details.

Programs & Schedule

The Seminar is open to anyone age 14 and up, and youth make up a large proportion of Seminar participants. Safety is our top priority—all attendees should be familiar with our online safety guidelines for youth and intergenerational events.

Information for Youth

Take a look back at the themes and take-aways from prior Intergenerational Spring Seminars hosted by the UUA Office at the United Nations. Each year's topic examines a different global justice or human rights issue.

Past Seminars