“Life for women in Bolivia is difficult. ‘Machismo’ culture is deeply entrenched. Sexism, misogyny, and violence are everyday occurrences. Many women are economically inactive and have limited job opportunities.”
So explains Calixta Choque Churata, leader of a project in Bolivia for women which is … read more.
Since I went to my first ICUU conference in 2016, I have had the chance to get to know some of the international community of Unitarians, Unitarian Universalists and other liberal religious groups outside of EUU. One of … read more.
An email found its way to my inbox this March 28th, my sixty-sixth birthday morning, from Gevene, asking whether I would like to contribute anything to the Unifier, “Not necessarily about your grandson” she says. Since I got this grandson, five years ago, other subjects … read more.
Despite being a lifelong UU, I only learned when I moved to Europe that the roots of Unitarianism are found in Transylvania. I was intrigued when I heard about the pilgrimages organized by the UU Partner Church Council. I went on a 2-week … read more.
It is often said that moving to an unfamiliar place is one of the most stressful events in life. Our recent experience would bear out such an assessment! Moving from a highly-livable region in a human-centered country (France) to a … read more.
John Eichrodt has long believed an At-large chapter of the ICUU would help to light individual UU candles in countries where we have not yet had an impact. He was encouraged at the ICUU meeting in Kathmandu to come forward … read more.
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