UUA International Blog Archive
UUA International Blog Archive
International Engagement & Building Peace
  • People, Power, Planet: The 2020 UU@UN Intergenerational Seminar

    There’s no question about it: The world as we knew it no longer exists. The upheaval to “normal life” caused by the coronavirus might also bring an upheaval to the structures that keep inequalities in place – but it’s not guaranteed. The pandemic has certainly drawn much wider...
    By Allison Hess | 5/20/2020
  • Let Their Voices Be Heard: The Legacy of the Marshall Islands and Islanders in the Nuclear Age

    More than any other people on this planet, the Marshall Islanders are survivors of the two greatest threats facing humanity: nuclear weapons and climate change. Their idyllic archipelago, a sapphire entity between Hawaii and Australia, is located 5,000 miles west of Los Angeles...
    By Joanne Dufour | 4/2/2020
    Filed in: Disarmament
  • Building a Just World Through Climate Action

    Swift action on climate change is a moral imperative, and an effective strategy requires listening to diverse voices. Although time is running out, activists of all stripes are finally making climate change a bipartisan cause in the US.
    By Roy Meredith | 1/10/2019
  • Poor People's Campaign and the Cost of Military Expenditures - How Much?!

    The four pillars of the Poor People's Campaign, poverty, racism, militarism and the war economy, and health and a healthy planet align closely with the initiatives of the United Nations - and this work must be shared.
    By Joanne Dufour | 6/21/2018
    Filed in: Disarmament
  • Climate Change and Sustainable Development Goals Panel Discussion at the United Nations

    A summary of a recent panel discussion hosted by the Unitarian Universalist UN Office that examined climate justice at the intersection of environmental degradation and the racial, social, and economic inequities it perpetuates.
    By Mengluo Ren | 5/2/2018
  • The Call from Pacific Islanders - Human Rights and Climate Change

    At the recent COP23 United Nations climate conference hosted by Fiji in Bonn, Germany, much focus was given to human rights and how to mitigate the harm of climate change upon human life and ecosystems. Explore how changes to our climate impact the interdependent web of all...
    By Mengluo Ren | 12/8/2017
  • Climate-Induced Migration: United Nations Forum on Indigenous Issues

    The Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (PFII) is a two-week long conference that was established on July 28th, 2000 by the United Nations to address the unique issues indigenous comminutes face related to economic and social development, ecological and cultural preservation,...
    By Lyle Davison | 5/17/2017

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