Episcopalians have long been a part of the annual United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (UNCSW). As we develop this new page devoted to The Episcopal Church's ministry with UNCSW, we invite you to send your photos, stories, links and memories so that we can tell our collective story together.
UNCSW 63 - March 11th - 22nd, 2019
You are warmly invited to join your fellow Episcopalians and Anglicans at the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (UNCSW)’s 63rd session. Whether in New York City, participating remotely or simply virtually, there are many ways to participate.Looking for information about how to get involved? Want to know what is happening with our Episcopal and Anglican presence at UNCSW 63 this year? Planning to join us for events at the Episcopal Church Center? More details here:
- Frequently Asked Questions. Looking to get involved? Here's how.
- UNCSW 63 Fact Sheet. Most up-to-date description of our Anglican/Episcopal presence this year, subject to change.
- UNCSW 63 Flyer - Events at the Episcopal Church Center. You are warmly invited to join us at the Episcopal Church Center on March 11th and 22nd. Note that seating is limited for Episcopal Church Center events due to NYC building code requirements, so plan to arrive early to ensure your place. Also, there are many other events being hosted around New York City. If you or your church is hosting an event, be sure to publicize it on the Episcopal Church calendar.
- UNCSW 63 social media. Follow the action and contribute your own experiences/stories/thoughts via hashtags #CSW63 (official UN hashtag), #EpiscopalUN (all things Episcopal Church and the UN) and #EpiscopalCSW (our Episcopal Church involvement at CSW, continuous reporting from year to year). More information about social media channels is available in the Fact Sheet.
A Public Affairs press release will be circulated at the end of February. Questions? Feel free to contact us at (212) 716-6128 or [email protected].
Please join us in praying for all those who will be traveling to New York City for this event, for those who are working hard to welcome them and offer themselves in service, for our delegations who will represent and advocate on our behalf, and most especially for women and girls worldwide.