United Nations Association of Greater Oklahoma City
United Nations Association of the USA
Greater Oklahoma City Chapter
P.O. Box 60856
Oklahoma City, OK   73146-0856
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of Events
November 9, 2014
Scams, Myths, and Hoaxes about the UN.
Read about the latest hoax circulating via email.  
The Kerfuffle.  Has there been a UN  take-over in Edmond?  Some folks
think so.  We explain why they're wrong.
UCO and the UN's Academic Impact.  "A breath of new hope is blowing
across the globe."  Read how UCO is developing global citizens.
Delivering Justice.  War criminals are being brought to justice thanks to
the United Nations.
Meet our Speakers Bureau.  Our volunteers are available to deliver an
interesting message to your classroom, group, or club.
Check Out Our Human Rights Video Collection.  
Available FREE through the Metropolitan Library System.
Why Do You Support the United Nations Association?  
We asked some of our members and friends.  Read their responses.

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email list.
More News and Commentary
Remembering Jeane Kirkpatrick.  In an age
when radical voices are calling for the U.S. to leave
the United Nations, it is wise to recall the legacy of
Oklahoma's own Ambassador Kirkpatrick.
Workers' Rights.  For decades, the United Nations
has supported the right of workers to form unions
and bargain collectively.  
The Problem of Child Soldiers. The UN is building consensus on how to
solve this international problem.  Find out how you can help.
Afghanistan.  In 2011, soldiers from communities across our state
deployed there. The UN was already on the ground, helping to bring stability.  
"The Long View"
"In October 1945, I was
a young housewife
in Denton, Texas...."
Dorothy Messenger
Enjoy the benefits of membership in the United Nations Association.
Join today!
If you were the Secretary-General of the United Nations and you
wanted to gather public comments on world goals for the next 15
years, where would you begin?

Certainly, you would want to have public listening sessions -- Town Hall
meetings, so to speak -- in some of the leading cities of the world. You might
convene a session in London or Moscow. Paris. Beijing. Cairo. Jakarta.

The members of the Oklahoma City chapter of the United Nations Association
are proud to announce that a "Community Consultation" meeting will be held
in Edmond, Oklahoma, for the purpose of collecting public comments /
questions / suggestions / input into the UN's Post-2015 Sustainable
Development Goals.

The Community Consultation will take place on Saturday, November 15th,
from 9am to 1pm, at the University of Central Oklahoma. You are invited to

Our Community Consultation is your opportunity to address important global
questions, such as:

How should the world continue its efforts to end hunger, achieve
food security and improved nutrition, and promote sustainable

How do we ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and
promote life-long learning opportunities for all?

How do we achieve gender equality and empower women and girls?

Come and participate with us. Share your ideas. Express your thoughts.
Let your voice be heard.

More details about the Community Consultation can be found on our

We hope to see you on Saturday, November 15th!
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Association on our Blog,
"To Reaffirm Faith."
The latest entries on our blog include
an invitation for you to participate in
our Global Competency Committee in
support of the Oklahoma Human
Trafficking Task Force. Read our blog
regularly and find news about
important public policy issues and more.
Our 2014 Public Service Award
Winner is Jacklyn Brink Rosen!
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We are proud to announce the winner of our 2014 Public
Service Award -- Jacklyn Brink Rosen.

Ms. Rosen is a Legislative Assistant for the Oklahoma
House of Representatives.    ...
Join us on Saturday,
November 15th, at the
University of Central Oklahoma

Participate in a Global Process
to Define the UN's Goals
for the Next 15 Years