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AUNO Statement of the 53rd Session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women to the Anglican Primates

This year’s 53rd Session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) was focused on the priority theme of the equal sharing of responsibilities between women and men, including caregiving in the context of HIV/AIDS.

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30 MAY 2012 79 KB

Report on the Permanent Forum on Indigeneous Issues by Rachel Chardon

Five hundred representatives from 370 million indigenous peoples from over 72 countries around the world met in New York for the eleventh session ofthe Permanent Forum of Indigenous Peoples at the United Nations. Comprising representation from at least 5000 distinct peoples,

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29 MAY 2012 683 KB

Environmental Resolutions from Lambeth Conferences and Meetings of the ACC

Resolutions from the Lambeth Conferences 1978-2009 and Resolutions and other Documents from the ACC-1 through ACC-14

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08 APR 2011 218 KB

To the Commission on the Status of Woman - CSW 55 Febuary 2011 Author Beth Adamson

On Tuesday, 22 February, 2011, the 55th Session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women will commence with the Opening Plenary Session.

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07 MAR 2011 26 KB

The 54th Session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women

From March 1-12 2010, 93 Anglican Women delegates from 23 Provinces of the Anglican Communion are converging at the United Nations as a united voice first and foremost to declare that gender is relational, that is why God made us male and female.

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24 FEB 2010 653 KB

Advocacy and Education on Food and Agriculture

"In sub-Saharan Africa women constitute between 60 and 80 percent of the labour for food production, both for household consumption and for sale.

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06 OCT 2009 33 KB

Advocacy and Education on the Environmental Crisis and the Transition to Renewable Energy

We, as Anglicans, must respond to our own challenges within the Communion in the years ahead Yet we are resilient enough, as people of faith, to meet those challenges together, while engaging the urgent and dangerous problems facing the world.

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06 OCT 2009 20 KB

Advocacy and Education on Water

In 1966, the UN International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights established the right to water as a human right in Articles 11 and 12.

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06 OCT 2009 25 KB

Advocacy and Education on Climate Change

The earth's climate has changed throughout history, sometimes drastically.

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06 OCT 2008 27 KB

Advocacy and Education on Corporate Responsibility

In 2008, the Anglican Communion UN Advisory Council voted unanimously to become a member of the Interfaith Center for Corporate Responsibility (ICCR).

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06 OCT 2008 27 KB