URI Stories of Impact

Our community is working tirelessly to bring peace and justice in all areas of the world regardless of religion. Read stories straight from the organizers.

Nepal Unites CC organized a two-day training on social media handling and how to use social media appropriately.

Read more about this initiative. 

Desert Bloom CC together with [email protected] innovative, Pedagogical University of Cracow, Poland, ART-ER- Italy, and ARNO - North Macedonia collaborated on a two-year “Innovative Social Entrepreneurship with Youth Engagement” project aimed at raising awareness about social entrepreneurship and its contribution to realizing the global sustainable development goals.

Read more about the educational game, "  Young Entrepreneurs, Play it right” which was designed to improve social entrepreneurship 

Did you know that empowering vulnerable communities can change a narrative and community?

Meet a phenomenal woman bringing change in her community in rural Uganda!

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Following the Path of Transformation

This is an inspiring message sent by Weston Pew, one of the members of our URI Global Youth CC, to the URI global youth community at the beginning of 2010, as a New Year's Greeting.... "In this universal breath that is this moment we hold the power for absolute destruction or absolute transformation. Each of us feels this possibility from within and I believe that each of us is here right now at this time to access our greatest human potential, our greatest individual gifts and direct them towards the transformation of the greater good. In a sense we are all here as midwives to usher in this new chapter of human existence on earth and within the universe." Weston is traveling on the Sacred Door Trail right as we speak. We look forward to hearing of his experiences when he returns!

Golden rule tour in Europe

Dear all

the golden rule tour in Europe is now taking place marts 2011. Would your CC in europe like to have a visit from Mussie Hailu From Etiopia and Lone Klemmensen from Denmark. then please contact Lone on [email protected] . most of the funding has been found but we will accept donations to help fund our travelexpenses getting from place to place in europe.
If you feel inspired to organise an event to promote the golden rule. We most welcome your help.

If anybody from other parts of the world would like a visit from us or has great ideas on how to promote the golden rule or would like to donate to the tour please get in contact with Lone

Welcome to URI’s new website

Dear Friends, Welcome to URI’s new website – a portal to a vibrant global community. We embrace a shared purpose, celebrate diversity and work together to transform ourselves and the...

Making Sense of Copenhagen

The United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, in December 2009, has come and gone. How to interpret its impact is the question?  Pessimistic voices declare that its goal of a binding agreement among nations failed miserably and that the venue of small and large nations together was far too unwieldy to arrive at a meaningful conclusion.  Optimistic voices are cheered that it happened at all.  That leading polluting nations arrived at a common intent to change and that Copenhagen represented only one stop on a long road, whose next steps are Mexico (2010) and beyond until a binding agreement is achieved.