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Latest News

Mothers' Union Burundi call for urgent prayers

The election process in Burundi is leading to civil unrest and much anxiety as people fear for their safety. Since the polls opened on Tuesday (21st July) nearly 200,000 people have left their homes to seek safety across Burundi's borders or safer places within Burundi. Mothers' Union are calling for prayerful support. Read more here

July 23rd 2015

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Mothers’ Union call for support from Church of England to help end the commercialisation of childhood

Mothers’ Union today, Monday 13th July 2015, asked members of the General Synod of The Church of England to engage with the concerns parents are voicing over the impact of commercialisation on children and on the well-being of the family.

In a panel led debate chaired by Rt. Rev David Thomson, Bishop of Huntingdon, Mothers’ Union raised awareness of their Bye Buy Childhood campaign and called for help from the Lords Spiritual to raise recommendations in Parliament which have been drafted by Mothers’ Union as a result of their most recent research.

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Members – we need your opinions!

Sustainable Development are very much a buzz word mentioned a lot in parliaments and political agendas throughout the world. One of the most prominent subjects that is being heralded in discussions at present are the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s) – also known as the Post-2015 Development Agenda.

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