UUA International Blog Archive
UUA International Blog Archive
International Engagement & Building Peace
  • India’s Supreme Court Asserts Rights of Transgender Community

    by Daniel Lofredo Rota The rights of India’s transgender population have been legally recognized for the first time by the country’s top court. India’s citizens now have a right to choose their gender, including a ‘third gender,’ which the government must include as a category...
    By UUA International Resources Staff Group | 4/28/2014
  • Californians are Thirsty But the State’s Fracking Wells Aren't

    As many of you may know, the UU United Nations Office is dedicated to combating climate change and environmental degradation. Staying abreast of both domestic and international issues, we are very concerned about the water crisis in California. In the midst of one of the worst...
    By UUA International Resources Staff Group | 4/25/2014
  • 5 Day Fast For Climate Change

    My name is Caroline, and I am a graduate student intern with the UU-UNO Climate Change Program. In light of the Typhoon disaster in the Philippines, I have decided to fast during the last week of the Warsaw Conference . From sunrise Monday the 18th, until sundown Friday the 22nd...
    By UUA International Resources Staff Group | 4/17/2014
  • IARF World Congress: Challenges for Religious Freedom in the Digital Age

    Registration is open for the IARF 34th WORLD CONGRESS which will be held from 24-27 August, 2014 at Birmingham University, Birmingham, UK . The keynote speaker is Karen Armstrong, leader in the creation of THE CHARTER FOR COMPASSION. Small group sessions and outings will...
    By Eric Cherry | 4/14/2014
  • Sacred Roots: Indigenous Rights, Resistance, and Reclamation - Recap

    Since 1957 the Unitarian Universalist United Nations Office has hosted an annual Spring Seminar. In 1998 the event became an intentionally inter-generational space that brought together youth, young adults, and adults in shared dialogue around issues that matter to our Unitarian...
    By UUA International Resources Staff Group | 4/14/2014
  • The Tutu Global Forgiveness Challenge

    Nobel Peace Laureate Desmond Tutu, who became the icon of forgiveness as the Chair of South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation Commission, and his daughter, the Reverend Mpho Tutu, are issuing a Global Forgiveness Challenge to coincide with the release of their long-anticipated...
    By Eric Cherry | 4/2/2014

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