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- 58th Annual United Nations Commission on the Status of Women March 10-24, 2014
01/21/2014 -- The 58th session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) will take place at the United Nations in New York City from March 10-24, 2014. Thousands of women from across the world will be attending. As usual, United Methodist Women wil...
- Register for Beginner Social Media Webinars in August!
07/31/2013 -- Join us for our social media webinar series happening every Wednesday in August, noon EST. We will have 4 sessions on the basics of some of the most popular social media platforms.
- A Time for Change: Technology
12/13/2011 -- This year's offering will enable national mission institutions and international institutions to help the marginalized and the poor, the physically challenged and others, especially women children and youth, who don’t have access to information technology...
- La Tecnología en un Tiempo de Cambio
12/13/2011 -- En la actualidad, la tecnología de la información tiene un rol clave en la comunicación y en el proceso de aprendizaje en el mundo entero.
- Report of the Deputy General Secretary
10/10/2011 -- On Friday October 7, Women’s Division Deputy General Secretary Harriett Jane Olson addressed the Women’s Division board of directors at their annual fall meeting. With the message “Shaping the Future,” Ms. Olson spoke of how the current work of United Met...
- Palestine's Facebook Generation
07/08/2011 -- Youth use social media to break the siege of Gaza.
- It’s About Relationships
06/20/2011 -- response talks with young women about their involvement in United Methodist Women.
- Social Networking: A New Space for Faith
02/01/2011 -- Facebook. Twitter. Blog. Communication today is vastly different than it was even five years ago. Every medium has its advantages and disadvantages, each better at one function or another. But given all the new technology that, in theory, makes it easier ...
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