FEATURED ISSUES PAGE UPDATES
Use the Content Submission form on this page to help keep the UNA-Orlando website updated with the best information available. While researching any of the UNA-Orlando featured issues, look for articles, videos, and other information that you believe would help others gain a better understanding of the issue.
SCROLL DOWN TO COMPLETE THE CONTENT SUBMISSION FORM
CONTENT CAN COME IN ALL FORMS:
Content from UN.org, the websites of UN agencies and programmes, and UN News Centre
Articles from credible online sources
Video/Audio from the Internet (short clips)
Movies/TV Shows (consider full-length movies and shows, single scenes, or individual quotes from characters)
Fiction/Literature (consider full-length works, single chapters or sections, or individual quotes from characters)
CONTENT CAN COME FROM ANYWHERE:
Although content can come from anywhere, use the UNA-Orlando Reliable Sources page as a starting point.
The Reliable Sources page was created by a team of UNA-Orlando project managers who opened website after website over a period of 3 months. The result is an entire page of links that lead to the most trustworthy information sources on the Internet.
Keep the Reliable Sources page and this Content Submission page open at the same time while you search for content that can be presented on the UNA-Orlando website.
If it isn't open already, use the button below to open the Reliable Sources page.
Use the straight-up-and-down-line on your Identifying Information line (this helps to manage the data later). The intent of the Identifying Information line is to collect a) the names of the people involved, b) the media source, and c) the link that will lead people to the article or video. If you do not have all three parts, you can include only two or one of the parts.
Use the section at the bottom of this page to leave comments or to include additional information, including recommendations for books, movies, tv shows, or podcasts that pertain to the submitted issue/perspective.
Use the following format for Article and Video submissions:
LINE ONE: Content Title
LINE TWO: Identifying Information
LINE THREE: Content URL
Example 1 (article):
Once a symbol of desegregation, Ruby Bridges’ school now reflects another battle engulfing public education
Connie Schaffer, Martha Viator, Meg White | The Conversation | November 13, 2020
Example 2 (video):
The Social Dilemma
Amanpour and Company | Sep 11, 2020
After you have indicated the issue/perspective addressed by your content, be sure to click the 'Submit' button at the bottom of the page.
Use the UNA-Orlando RELIABLE SOURCES page during your search for quality information (tab at the top of every UNA-Orlando page).