Posted On : January 19, 2012 1:40 PM | Posted By : Anglican News Service
By Rachel Chardon, at the Anglican United Nations Office
Twenty Anglican women from countries1 including Australia, Bangladesh, Uganda and India are visiting the Anglican United Nations Office AUNO next month to engage with the UN’s 56th Commission on the Status of Women, which this year has ‘empowerment of rural women’ as its priority theme2.
Read the entire post: Anglican Communion News Service: Anglican Women gather in New York to consider Communions advocacy efforts.
I offer this as an invitation to continue in study, prayer, and action. During Advent and Christmas our Sunday Morning Forum offered several windows into the important work being done on behalf of women.
- 16 Days of activism against gender violence
- Anglican Women’s Empowerment and Episcopal Women’s Caucus
The article (I encourage you to read the whole post) mentions the need for clean water as a way to empower rural women. Again, our Opportunity Calendar can lead you to more information and your prayers will lead you to action.
Let’s keep learning, praying, and working to extend God’s reign and share God’s Peace, God’s Shalom. ~dan
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