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Advocacy Tips

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 > 


Advocacy Guide

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 >

2017 Briefing Book

Each year, the Better World Campaign (BWC) and the United Nations Association of the United States of America (UNA-USA) build support for U.S. policies that reinforce U.S. engagement in the United Nations and educate people about the real benefits the U.S. receives through our relationship with the UN. To inform this work, BWC and UNA-USA have developed a briefing book to provide you with information on the critical work of the United Nations and how it benefits the United States. Learn More >

Fact Sheets and Talking Points

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 >


Information about Congress and the Administration

Use our elected officials search tool to find more information about your members of Congress. Learn More >


Advancing Advocacy Through Op-Ed Writing

Seton Hall University and the United Nations Association have collaborated on a webinar series to enhance young professionals' skills and empower their careers. Learn More >


Plan In-District Advocacy Meetings with Your Elected Leaders

Download this document for 4 simple steps to plan an in-district meeting with your Representative and/or Senators. Learn more >