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Featuring the Sisters of Providence

1 July 2011

Emilie Tavernier-Gamelin founded the Sisters of Providence (SP) in Montreal, Canada in 1843.  Following the charism and legacy of the foundress, the Sisters of Providence today feel challenged to live compassionate love and creative, prophetic solidarity and to BE PROVIDENCE with those who live in poverty. For us, the poor are people whose needs are […]

Changes in Office Staff

1 July 2011

As of 30 June 2011, both Jessica Chen and Kyong Mazzaro will be leaving UNANIMA International and moving to other positions.  We wish them well and thank them for all they have done for UNANIMA during the time they were with us. Kathie Uhler, an Allegany Franciscan, formerly of Franciscans International, will be working with […]

In Geneva

1 July 2011

Taking advantage of an invitation from the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UNDESA) to present a paper at the Expert Group meeting held in Geneva on poverty eradication, Catherine attended a second expert group meeting on the role of employment in eradicating poverty and also a symposium sponsored by the United Nations […]

Kenyan youth denounce demand

1 July 2011

Jessica Chen and Tyler Donohoe had excitement in their voices as they described their experiences facilitating a youth workshop for the UNANIMA International, STOP THE DEMAND for trafficking in women and children campaign in Nairobi, Kenya. Jessica, the UI programme coordinator and Tyler, a participant in the 2010 youth workshop in New York, worked with […]

Act Now!

1 July 2011

Participate in the UNANIMA International survey preparing for the next Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro, June 2012.  We need to know what advocacy work is most important for you. Click here to read the explanation of the possibilities.  Click here to take the survey:

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