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 this edition of the IAWN Newsletter, we are exploring the theme of women in leadership. Read how a new generation of empowered female leaders from across the Anglican Communion are the driving force behind positive action within their communities.
The 16 Days of Activism begins each year on the 25 November, the international Day for the Elimination of All Forms of Violence Against Women, until Human Rights Day on December 10th. This year the international focus is investing to prevent violence against women and girls. Funding for prevention is still a critical issue. Do our churches fund prevention programmes?
The International Anglican Women's Network (IAWN) and, the Director for Gender Justice, will be sharing content during the 16 Days of Activism from women across the Anglican Communion on the action, plans and prayers they will be taking. For example the Red Chair Project - will you cover a chair in red cloth and keep a place as a reminder for the missing and murdered women due to domestic abuse? Will you join in with Thursdays in Black? Will you be using the new resource God's Justice: Theology and GBV (available in four languages) or the Domestic Abuse and COVID-19 resource available in nine languages?
Join in on Facebook at International Anglican Women's Network | Facebook and follow on Twitter/X @AnglicansEndGBV
Wherever you are take action and do get in touch and let us know your plans. Email: [email protected]
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.