Participants in Ecumenical Women Orientation Day had a choice of two workshops to attend in the afternoon.  Participants in the Advanced Advocacy Workshop broke into groups based on region and considered the Draft Agreed Conclusions, issue priorities for their area, and strategy for taking it home.

Here are some clips from the report back at the end of the session:

The Asia group reports on major concerns in Korea and Myanmar

The Africa Group lifts up capacity-building for women in rural areas

The Caribbean group focused on the intersection of several EW advocacy priorities

Two North American groups formed clusters around different issues:

Violence Against Women,

and Hunger

The Indigenous Persons group reported on healing work that is necessary to accompany statements by governments and churches