At the United Nations Association of Boulder County, we’re raising funds and promoting initiatives to serve the people who need them most. We believe in taking action with urgency in order to raise public awareness about some of the most pressing issues facing today’s society.


We envision a world in which humanity is spared the scourge of war, human rights are honored, the environment is protected, and the U.S. is a constructive member of the United Nations for the well-being of all humankind. 


The UNA Boulder County Chapter keeps Boulder County residents informed on international issues and the efforts of the UN to promote peace, prosperity, and health. Our goal is to increase local participation in UNA activities, awareness of the role of the UN in our daily lives, and advocacy for the work of the United Nations  

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UNA-USA is dedicated to strengthening the United Nations system, the role of the U.S. in that system, and to promoting multilateral efforts to advance the goals of the United Nations Charter. 


UNA-USA is a part of the UN Foundation founded by Ted Turner with the goal of "building bridges" to solve global problems. The Foundation supports the work of the UN through its Better World Campaign. The Foundation works on the UN's Sustainable Development Goals and promotes human rights. 

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The UNA-BC is proud to announce our work with Masjid Ikhlas Mosque in connecting people with internet and phone service. This initiative assists Afghan refugees in signing up for the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) and the Lifeline program for phone service to ensure they have more accessibility to internet-based resources. 
This population faces challenges with language barriers, income restrictions, and transportation. Broadband is a vital resource in an increasingly digital world and those without it are at a disadvantage for schooling, searching for jobs, remote work, telehealth, and keeping in touch with family and friends. The Lifeline program serves many of the same purposes as ACP-maintaining connections with family and loved ones, job opportunities, and for emergencies. 
This project aligns with the Diversity, Equity, Accessibility, and Inclusion (DEA&I) Task Force of the United Nation Association which strives to advance the interests of all individuals to ensure a more just and equitable world. It also aligns with the 17 Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations relating to ending poverty, promoting good health and well-being, inclusive and equitable quality education, sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth through decent work and economic growth, and reduced inequalities.
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UN Day Event: On November 6th, UNA-BC hosted a documentary showing, with speakers Katrina Miller, Zayd Atkinson, and Dr. Rabaka for the CAAAS at CU Boulder


UNA-BC Bill Kellogg Discussion Series

Our next meeting of the Bill Kellogg UNA-BC Discussion Series will be held on Thursday, November 3rd from 1:30 - 3:30 PM in the Arapahoe Room of the Main Branch of the Boulder Public Library.

Dr. Lockyer (PhD, Stanford University) taught Japanese, East Asian, and global history at SOAS University of London for fifteen years, where he also served as Associate Director for Learning and Teaching, and designed and directed an undergraduate program in Global Liberal Arts. Since 2019 he has been a Visiting Scholar in CU Boulder's Center for Asian Studies. His writing has focused on Japan in the 19th

and 20th centuries, exploring the relationship between political economy and culture in modern development. More generally, he is interested in the past and present of the urban world, which he explores in a new podcast, historicity. The title of his presentation is "The World Order in the Anthropocene: The View from Northeast Asia."


UNA-BC United Nations Day Celebration

Join us for our 2022 UN Day celebration event on Sunday, November 6, at St Aidan's Episcopal Church

2425 Colorado Avenue in Boulder.

Our event features  the recent documentary about racism in Boulder This is [Not] Who We Are by Katrina Miller and Beret Strong and will be followed by a Q & A with one of the film's directors, Katrina Miller, and one of the film's main subjects, Zayd Atkinson.


Upcoming events will be announced under initiatives and on our social media channels as well as our blog under News and Events!


Stay tuned for more events coming soon. 


Stay tuned for more events coming soon. 

For more information regarding events check out our Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook pages!


Want to get involved but not sure how or don't have enough time? Donate to the UNA-BC so that we can continue to serve our community and the world.


Want to join our efforts but not sure where to start? Partner with us and take advantage of this incredible opportunity to lend your support. Get in touch with us today for more details about how you can help.


We believe the best way for our initiatives to be successful is for the community to actively get involved. This is an easy and efficient way of contributing to the great work we do at UNA-BC.