LET YOUR SENATORS AND CONGRESSIONAL REPRESENTATIVES KNOW that you want them to act NOW in support of immediate extra US funding for the UN High Commission on Refugees. This is the least the United States can do to help alleviate the humanitarian crisis in Europe as refugees from Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, and northern African countries seek safer lives for themselves and their children.

California Senators

Senator Kamala D. Harris     
B40B Dirksen Senate Office Building, Washington,  D.C. 20510
(202)  224-3553
Senator Dianne Feinstein       
331 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington,  D.C. 20510
(202)  224-3841

Click on your representative's name for a link to their website.

Gil Cisneros                          39th District                      
1440 N. Harbor Blvd. Suite 601, Fullerton, CA  92835
(714) 459-4575
Ken Calvert                           42nd District
100 Avenida Presidio #A, San Clemente, CA  92672
(949) 496-2343
Katie Porter                          45th District
2151 Michaelson Dr. Suite 195, Irvine, CA  92612
(949) 668-6600                                                                
Luis Correa                          46th District
2323 N. Broadway, Suite 404-1, Santa Ana, CA 92706
(714) 621-0102
Alan Lowenthal                    47th District 
100 W. Broadway, Long Beach, CA  90802
(562) 436-3828    
Harley Rouda            48th District
4000 Westerly Place #270,Newport Beach, CA  92660
(714) 960-6483
Mike Levin                     49th District
District 33282 Golden Lantern #102, Dana Point, CA  92627
(949) 281-2449                

Only the US Senate can approve treaties - Our country has not yet approved several that our delegations helped write.  Let Dianne Feinstein and Kamala Harris know that these need to be moved back onto the Senate agenda!  (Click on senators' name above to link to their websites.)
International treaties and conventions not yet ratified by the Senate:

*  Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
*  Convention on the Rights of the Child
*  Convention on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women
*  Law of the Sea Treaty

The United Nations and you!

Members of the Chapters and Divisions of United Nation Association are encouraged to connect with their elected leaders to promote such issues as US financing to the UN, Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), protection of universal healthcare rights and the ratification of international treaties. Meetings with Congressional representatives are supported through expert resources provided by UN Association that help facilitate discussions.

UNA-USA grew to become the primary advocate of the United Nations. It boasts 20,000 members in 200 chapters nationwide.

For over 70 years, United Nations Association of the United States of America has worked to accomplish its mission through its national network of Chapters, youth engagement, advocacy efforts, education programs, and public events both on local and national level. 

Your participation in UNA-OC networking groups, advocacy events, and educational meetings throughout the year, is reminding how important the United Nations is for us here in Orange County!

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