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Rachael Anderson, Mothers’ Union’s Events and Digital Communications Manager, is currently at the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (UNCSW) in New York with a delegation of Mothers’ Union and Anglican members from across the world. Here she reports from the opening day yesterday (12 March).
Christina Jordan, 29, lives in Southport with her husband Mark and their two children, who are four and two. She joined Mothers’ Union through a mother and toddler group, and now enjoys having the chance to get out and meet other women and do her bit through the various projects they take part in
Mothers’ Union member Marthe Vira, from DR Congo, was on Wednesday 14th March one of the speakers for the National Alliance of Women’s Organisations (NAWO) panel event “Child widows and young widows” at the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (UNCSW). Marthe presented on her experiences with war widows in her country’s rural communities