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He Has the Whole
World in His Hands:

By Anne Mimi Sammis


Anglican UNCSW in New York 2004 Events

Webcast Video Streams 2004
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Event Information
Side Events at the 48th Session of The UNCSW Meeting in New York, 1-12 March 2004
ACC Delegates to UN CSW

Regional Meeting
On the Beijing Platform for Action, from June 2004 to Fall 2005  More

Remarks
Anglican Women as Peace Builders, Jane Williams
Peacemakers Response, Margaret Rose

 
Statements
2005 CSW Review of the Beijing Platform for Action (Beijing +10)
Statement to the 48th Session of the CSW
Statement from the Anglican Consultative Council delegates' gathering at the 48th Session of the United Nations Commission on the status of women

United Nations Commission on the Status of Women
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48th Session 1 to 12 March 2004
United Nations Commission on the Status of Women
1 to 12 March 2004 , 48th Session

 
News Articles
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Anglican women witness to Communion’s strength at UN meeting
(3/17/2004) Claiming the Anglican Communion as “an unbreakable bond” between them, more than 50 Anglican women from 11 provinces of the Communion represented the Anglican Consultative Council (ACC) at the 48th session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (UNCSW), held in New York, March 1-12.
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Designed for peacemaking: Jane Williams addresses Anglican women in New York
(3/12/2004) A group of Anglican women taking part in the annual meeting of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (UNCSW) assembled March 7 on the grounds of the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine, where the Episcopal Diocese of New York hosted a gathering of the Anglican Consultative Council (ACC) representatives to speak of their future goals as a united body and their individual work in ministering to women and children throughout the world.
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