History of the UU-UNO and the Envoy Program
Universalist Church of America and the American Unitarian Association adoptresolutions in support of the UN.Unitarians and Universalistsconvene the ﬁrst UN seminar. The ﬁrst
Window on the World
is published.Canadian Envoy Elaine Harvey leads a faith
basedcaucus working on the Rome Statute, which createsthe International Criminal Court. The ﬁrst Intergenerational Spring Seminar is held.
Adlai Stevenson suggest to UUA PresidentRev. Dana Greeley that UU congregationsappoint local envoys. The UU O
ce at the United Nations opensits doors at the newly constructed ChurchCenter directly across from the UN. The UU O
ce becomes independent fromthe UUA and incorporates as the UU
Unitarian and Universalist denominations merge tocreate the Unitarian Universalist Association and forman Advisory Committee on the United Nations. The Internship Program is established The UU
UNO pledges support for the MillenniumDevelopment Goals
to combat global poverty.
UNO becomes the ﬁrst faith
based NGOat the UN with an LGBT Human Rights Program.
UNO hires the ﬁrst ever full
UNO returns to the UUA as partof the O
ce of International Resources.