UNA San Francisco Bay Area
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"Promoting the goals of the UN in the Bay Area."
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Member Organizations


American Association of University Women, San Francisco
AAUW has been empowering women as individuals and as a community since 1881. For more than 130 years, we have worked together as a national grassroots organization to improve the lives of millions of women and their families. AAUW-SF is committed to supporting our diverse community by increasing opportunities for women and girls, initiating collaborations and mentorships and providing leadership for community impact.


Bay Area Humanists
Bay Area Humanists (BAH) is a local chapter of the American Humanist Association (AHA) and our purpose is to promote humanism: an ethical, democratic, naturalistic lifestance that prioritizes reason, scientific and critical thinking, and a system of humanist ethics and secular values as a rational alternative to those based on religion.


Democratic World Federalists
The Democratic World Federalists support the formation of a global government, elected by the people of the world, with local problems solved locally, national problems solved nationally and global problems solved globally.


SF Bay Area PSR
Guided by the expertise of medicine and public health, SF Bay Area Physicians for Social Responsibility works to protect human life from the gravest threats to health and survival. Consequently, we promote public policies that protect human health from the threats of nuclear war and other weapons of mass destruction, global environmental degradation, climate change, the epidemic of gun violence, and other social injustices in our society today.


SF Waldorf High School Model UN Club
The San Francisco Waldorf High School Model United Nations Team (SFWMUN) is a platform for students to become educated on topics such as diplomacy, public speaking, international affairs as well as conventional and moderated debate. We differ from most traditional speaking consortium teams because in addition to being competitive in debate committee and persuasively representing the views of numerous nations, we also share an interest in the role of the United Nations. Because we are located in San Francisco, a politically active city and the one where on June 26, 1945, the United Nations Charter was signed and adopted, being a member of the Council of Organizations is an excellent opportunity for our club to become further involved in this community centered around public support. We look forward to advocating for the sustained role of the United Nations.


STAR ALLIANCE™ • FOUNDATION FOR ALL™

Promoting Civic Principles & Ideals of Good Will & Peace™

"STAR ALLIANCE CAMPAIGN 20/20 • FRIENDSHIP EARTH" aims to help people view the world with more accurate "20/20" Vision, and at the same time to raise their individual and collective aspirations to a higher level. We hope to share these positive, civic, ethical ideals with 20% of Earth's population by 2020! Goodwill comes before peace. This is the threshold of understanding across which humanity must now pass.

 
UNA-USA - San Francisco Chapter
UNA-USA - San Francisco is a local chapter of UNA-USA, and is dedicated to educating, inspiring and mobilizing Americans to support the principles and vital work of the United Nations toward achieving the goals of the United Nations Charter.


Unitarian Universalist United Nations Office San Francisco

Vision: A peaceful, just and sustainable world community as called for in the United Nations (UN) Charter.

Mission: The Unitarian Universalist United Nations Office (UU-UNO) has a two-fold mission: * We engage in the work of the UN to advance a peaceful, just, sustainable and pluralistic world community that promotes human rights. * We engage and inspire Unitarian Universalists and others to support and participate in this work.


US Servas
US Servas is a non-profit membership organization fostering understanding of cultural diversity through a global person-to-person network promoting a more just and peaceful world. U.S. Servas members are hosts and travelers of all ages, abilities and walks of life. Our more than 1500 hosts cover the whole spectrum of diversity. Through Servas' enlightening visits, participants come face to face with new peoples and cultures to further their understanding of the lives and concerns of others. Your participation and the friendships you'll discover can make a difference in your life and the world you live in.

 San Francisco Bay Area Council of Organizations
“Promoting the goals of the UN in the Bay Area.”

Mission & Structure

  • Mission Statement: Our mission is to promote the goals of the UN in the Bay Area. See the United Nations Charter and the United Nations Millennium Development Goals for an understanding of UN goals.
  • Our Corresponding Tagline: Promoting the goals of the UN in the Bay Area.
  • The Bay Area is the standard nine counties that ring SF Bay: Marin, Sonoma, Napa, Solano, Contra Costa, Alameda, Santa Clara, San Mateo, San Francisco.
  • We are a Committee of UNA-SF, currently chaired by UNA-SF Board member, Roger Eaton.
  • Our membership is made up of organizations who agree to post their logo and mission statement (with a link to their website) on our website. Organizations may also become an affiliate instead of joining the UNA SF Bay Area Council of Organizations. Individuals may also become an affiliate. New member organizations must be OKd by all existing members.
  • The Core Collaborators Committee is our central executive committee. Individual members of organizations COO Members and affiliates are welcome to join the Core Collaborators. At some point we may want to limit the number of Core Collaborators, but not yet.
  • Decision making is by consensus with a two-thirds super-majority voting - fallback if after 2 meetings plus side-bars a small minority cannot be convinced, and the super-majority feels it is important to go ahead.

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