The diverse theologies that make up the global Unitarian Universalist tradition are centered around?inspiring lives of activism for?a more just, loving, and inclusive?world.?The?Sixth Principle?of Unitarian Universalism speaks of working towards achieving the goal of world community with peace, liberty, and justice for all. International engagement is a key element of?the justice work that Unitarian Universalists are involved in every day.
Learn more about the specific programs and organizations that are powered?by and through Unitarian Universalism?and how you can be involved in contributing to our global story by taking action for justice.
The?UU?Office at the United Nations?(UU@UN?)?is known throughout the United Nations system as a prominent supporter of human rights for all, especially those who have long been marginalized, and as an advocate for peace and the protection of our planet.?There are many opportunities to be involved with the work of the UU@UN, such as?becoming an Envoy?for your congregation?or by attending the annual?Intergenerational Spring Seminar.
Advancing justice and equity in India since 1984, the?UUA's Holdeen India Program (UUHIP)?partners with organizations that stand with the country's most vulnerable citizens as they seek dignity and empowerment.
Translating UU values into bold action, UUHIP supports long-term organizational partnerships in a spirit of solidarity and global community.
The UU Office at the United Nations launched its Every Child is Our Child?(ECOC) program in 2005 to directly address United Nations development goals. The program is a close partnership between the UU@UN? and the Queen Mothers Association of Manye Krobo in the Eastern Region of Ghana. It supports children in Manye Krobo who have been orphaned or made vulnerable by HIV/AIDS to attend school and receive health care.