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International Engagement & Building Peace
  • From the Director: Women’s Rights and Human Rights: The Path to Full Participation, April 28th Breakfast

    Over the past twelve months, I’ve found myself a regular invitee at the Council on Foreign Relations here in New York City. Richard Haass is the Director. I met him from time to time when I was an American Diplomat in Kenya and Sudan. On April 28th I was invited to a breakfast...
    By Bruce Knotts | 5/29/2015
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  • A Unitarian Pilgrimage to Transylvania

    Reverend Kent Saleska, minister of the UU congregation in Wayzata, MN has provided terrific blogposts and photos from the UU Partner Church Council's most recent pilgrimage to Transylvania . ...this religious pilgrimage moved and changed me. First, I saw history come alive: I...
    By Eric Cherry | 5/15/2015
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  • Appeal from Burundi Unitarians for Emergency Support

    Since Sunday April 27th, the capital city of Burundi has been living in a difficult situation. Many areas of the city have seen people on the streets demonstrating against the third term of the current president. Communes like Kanyosha, Musaga, Nyakabiga, Ngagara, Cibitoke and...
    By Eric Cherry | 5/15/2015
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  • Warning of 'empathy gap,' Ban urges faith leaders to speak up against injustice and brutality

    A recent UN press release informed us that United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon urged faith leaders gathered in the General Assembly on April 22, 2015 to stand up for the collective good and amplify their voices in support of moderation and mutual understanding. He...
    By Bruce Knotts | 5/4/2015
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