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International Engagement & Building Peace
  • UUA President visits Transylvania Unitarians

    Earlier this month, UUA President, Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray, visited Transylvania to participate in the inauguration of the Hungarian Unitarian Church’s new "House of Religious Freedom" and related events commemorating the 450th anniversary of the Edict of Torda....
  • Family Separation and Asylum: An Uncertain Future for Central American Women

    Recently, the news has been inundated with countless stories of migrant families being torn apart, primarily by Immigrations and Customs Enforcement, otherwise known as ICE. These actions stem from the establishment of a “zero-tolerance policy” by the Trump administration, in...
    By Jessica Sirico | 7/6/2018
  • Maintaining an Army - Some Considerations

    Were you aware of the fact that 22 countries in the world do not have an army? How can that be? While many may think that armed forces are an indispensable part of any nation, and many governments often spend millions in order to strengthen their armed forces (or billions in the...
    By Joanne Dufour | 7/4/2018
    Filed in: Disarmament
  • Celebration and Resistance During Pride Month Around the World

    On Sunday June 24th, New York City’s 5th Avenue was full of rainbow flags, music, and hundreds of thousands of people celebrating a diverse spectrum of sexual orientations and gender identities during the New York Pride March. The winding down of Pride Month provides a welcome...
    By Louise Bednarik | 7/2/2018

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