The Church Center for the United Nations - owned and operated by United Methodist Women - is home to most of our advocacy offices as well as partners and often hosts important events related to the UN.
The Washington Office of Christian Social Action stays up to date on numerous issues and advocates on behalf of women, children and youth. If you get Action Alerts, they come from this office and the Human Traffcking Awareness Program is rooted in Washington, D.C.
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Politics Is Personal Through role-play and group activities, learn tools of effective organizing, managing organizational and institutional politics related to your local community.
The Christian Consumer: Living Ethically in a Material World
Be it fair-trade coffee or foreign oil, our choices as consumers affect the well-being of humans around the globe, not to mention the natural world and ourselves.
Hate in the Hallways: Helping Children to Cope With Bullies, Cyberbullying
Bullying in and out of school is a growing concern nationwide. Cyberbullying has been in the news due to several teen suicides and the growing use of social networks to harass fellow students.
National Mission Institutions Link Service and Advocacy
United Methodist Women-related National Mission Institutions provide direct service to communities, and many also engage in action for justice.
Advocacy program offices at CCUN: