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Especially in light of the lack of agreed conclusions this year, writing our statements and forming advocacy points based on the experiences of women around the world is more important than ever. Ecumenical advocacy at the UN during the CSW depends on feedback from women at the grassroots around the world.  You can download our questionnaire here and send it to ecumencialwomen@gmail.com by Sept. 1 to add your input to our statement!

This questionnaire is now available in Spanish and French as well as English.¬† Fill out the survey in Spanish via The Episcopal Church (you don’t need to be an Episcopalian!), or download the French version.

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  • Lost in the chaos - LGBTI people in emergencies
    Unaddressed protection needs, rigid systems and research gaps imperil lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people in humanitarian emergencies. While the experiences of sexual and gender minorities during disasters and conflicts are drawing increased attention from some responders, structural barriers remain and experts are urging a rethin […]
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  • A young girl dreams, despite adversity
    After floods forced her family to abandon their home, a young girl in Paraguay holds on to the hope that education will guide her to a better life.
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