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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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  • Restoring dignity, ensuring 'safe space' for returning Nigerian schoolgirls critical – UN official
    20 August 2014 – A United Nations official for Nigeria today said that restoring the dignity and integrity of returning schoolgirls kidnapped by Boko Haram militants in Chibok is instrumental in reintegrating the girls back into a “safe space” in society.
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  • UN Secretary-General talks to the student from Mozambique Raquelina Langa
    United Nations - Ban Ki-moon met the 10th grader in her home town Maputo in 2013; she drew his attention after asking him if "a girl like her could one day become Secretary-General of the UN". On 12 August Ban invited Raquelina to visit the United Nations to celebrate International Youth Day as his special guest for the day. Check out their intervi […]
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