Episcopal Church survey input requested for 2014 United Nations Commission on the Status of Women

The Episcopal Church
Office of Public Affairs

Lundi, Septembre 9, 2013

Input is requested from members of The Episcopal Church for a questionnaire that will form the foundation of the church’s presence and participation at the 2014 United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (UNCSW) meeting, March 10-21, 2014.

The questionnaire is located here

The priority theme for the 2014 UNCSW is “Challenges and achievements in the implementation of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) for women and girls.”

“Ecumenical Women invite all to participate in deciding on its advocacy priorities,” explained Lynnaia Main, Episcopal Church Officer for Global Relations. “The questionnaire can be answered by anyone affiliated with The Episcopal Church. Answers will be gathered and posted to Ecumenical Women’s website, and will be considered in forming Ecumenical Women’s advocacy priorities at the UNCSW in 2014.  It will also be used to provide grassroots input into The Episcopal Church’s advocacy process and create stories on MDGs and advocacy.”

The questionnaire

The questionnaire was prepared jointly by Ecumenical Women with input from The Episcopal Church and other faith denominations.

The questionnaire can be completed either by individuals or by a group, even though it is marked as “individual.” No name is required; demographic information is limited to the location of the respondent and gender.

Deadline to participate in the survey is September 20.  

Data from the questionnaires will be submitted automatically to the Episcopal Church and Ecumenical Women upon submission. From the answers, advocacy priorities will be formulated and a joint written statement prepared to be submitted to UNCSW for the 2014 event.

For more information contact Lynnaia Main, Episcopal Church Officer for Global Relations.

 

 

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