The United Nations needs you to take action!
Learn how to effectively communicate with your elected officials, including how to write letters to your members of Congress; how to schedule visits with your members of Congress; and how to work with the media. Learn More >
The Advocacy Guide provides UNA-USA members with suggestions for making your Chapter a more effective proponent for a strong and effective United Nations. Learn More >
The advocacy chair leads a Chapter's work in implementing UNA-USA's advocacy agenda and serves as its liaison to both the Advocacy Committee of the Council of Chapters and Regions Steering Committee (CCR-SC) and the UNA-USA headquarters. Learn More >
UNA-USA has developed a suite of briefing sheets, leave behinds, and talking points to help you as you advocate on behalf of the United Nations. Learn More >
Use our elected officials search tool to find more information about your members of Congress. Learn More >
2012 Campaign Questions
Do you want to know how candidates view the United Nations? Consider asking a question at a town hall meeting or debate. To guide you with this process, UNA-USAâ€™s Advocacy Committee developed four questions and possible answers. Learn More >