International Anglican Women's Network

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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Current Newsletter

Read about IAWN’s new international Steering Group; new study materials on ‘God’s Justice: Just Relationships between Women and Men, Girls and Boys’; some Anglican initiatives to tackle human trafficking, our presence at the UN Commission on the Status of Women; and more.

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16 Days of Activism 2019

A statement from the Chair on behalf of the International Anglican Women's Network, to mark the 16 Days of Activism 2019. 

The International Anglican women’s Network invites all Anglicans around the Communion to join in 16 Days of Activism to end gender-based violence in their communities and around the world. The yearly campaign begins on 25 November, which is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. It will run until 10 December, Human Rights Day.

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Preventing Human Trafficking

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The elimination of all forms of violence against women and children, including trafficking, is one of IAWN's priority concerns. Below are some resources to help us raise awareness and take action.

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IAWN consultation for South Asia

IAWN S Asia Consultation Oct 2015

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.

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Mission Statement

Our Vision

To be a bold and prophetic voice for Anglican women throughout the Anglican Communion and in the wider world.

Our Purpose

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.

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