by Beth O’Connell, EUU and UUFP member, and vice-president of IWC
The annual meeting of the UN Commission on the Status of Women will take place March 6-17, and as always the International Convocation of Unitarian Universalist Women (IWC) will be there in person and online. … read more.
“Life alive” was the theme of the 32nd Unitariertag in Cologne, a four-day gathering held every two years, during which the Unitarier meet for their general meeting, as well as for worship, inspiration and relaxation together. The … read more.
By Beth O’Connell, UU Paris member and IWC Vice President
From the onset of the war in Ukraine, the Hungarian Unitarian Church and Providence (Gondviselés), its charity organization, have responded to the needs of Ukrainian refugees fleeing across the border to Romania as well as internally … read more.
This online workshop was held as part of the semi-annual EUU retreat in the session from 11:30am to 1pm. There were 8 people in attendance: John Eichrodt, the host, Gevene Hertz, Roland Siebeke, Christine Hinterlang, Sherif Soliman, Alinda Helleman, Wolfgang Jantz and your rapporteur, Peter … read more.
by Beth O’Connell UUFP (Paris) and IWC Vice President
Do you want to make friends with young Unitarian and Unitarian-Universalist women around the globe? Women 18 to 35 in our fellowships throughout Europe are invited to join a new virtual program sponsored by the International … read more.
For the past year, Unitarian Universalist women from around the world have been joining a gathering on Zoom to show solidarity and support for each other during the Covid-19 pandemic. These meetings of global sisterhood are continuing on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each … read more.
In the last week of October, I attended the business meeting of the ICUU, unfortunately not in beautiful Montreal in Canada, but online from my couch. At that meeting, we made a decision which the EUU briefly addressed during our town hall after the AGM, … read more.
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