The International Anglican Women’s Network (IAWN) serves as a global voice of Anglican women, links women from around the world and is an official network of the worldwide Anglican Communion.
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In September we heard of the tragic death of Beth Adamson who for many years faithfully served the Anglican Communion and the cause of gender justice through her mentoring and support of Anglican delegates to annual sessions of the UN Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) and her co-chairing of the Working Group on Girls. Many past members of delegations to CSW sent in tributes to Beth and these were collected in a book which has been sent to Beth’s family.
In Scripture, Mary the mother of Jesus, Esther, Anna, Lydia and Hannah are some of the women who give us a model of women who pray with faith, hope and a confidence that God is pleased to flow through their lives. Praying for each other is a powerful way to share one another’s burdens and celebrations and to strengthen bonds of affection wherever we are, and across the world.Resources
In October 2015 women from the Anglican and United Churches of South Asia met in Hyderabad, India, to share their achievements in working with women and girls, explore the obstacles to gender justice in the region, and develop a message to their Church leaders.Read More
To be a bold and prophetic voice for Anglican women throughout the Anglican Communion and in the wider world.
To enable and empower all women of the Anglican Communion to work cooperatively at national, provincial and communion-wide levels to strengthen the ministries of women in God’s world and to ensure women are influential and equal participants throughout the entire Anglican Communion.