We found 11 additional articles filed under Mexico. They're listed below, most recent first.
- New Board Meets in Nashville
03/11/2013 -- United Methodist Women’s board of directors approves more than $400k in grants and scholarships at its spring meeting in Nashville, Tenn.
- Ministries of Accompaniment
04/01/2012 -- Katie Dwyer traveled with families searching for loved ones along the migrant trail. Now their stories travel with her.
10/05/2011 -- A childhood dream for Christian service is realized in United Methodist Women.
- Clinica Betañia
10/05/2011 -- A beacon of hope in a city shackled by drug cartels.
- Join the Conversation: Cover Photos of Children
05/02/2011 -- The photographers we work with, Jim West and Rev. Paul Jeffrey, take award-winning photos around the world. Mr. West met children at McCurdy School in Espanola, New Mexico, and Mr. Jeffrey met children in Gaza.
- Report of the President to the Women’s Division Board of Directors
04/28/2011 -- Inelda González, president of the Women's Division, gave her speech to the board of directors at their Semi-Annual meeting, April 10, 2011 in Stamford, Conn.
- International Climate Change Negotiations Update
01/24/2011 -- Governmental delegation and nongovernmental organization expectations were rather low going into Cancun, unlike the hopes for the previous Conference of the Parties (COP) negotiations in Copenhagen, Denmark, which ended on a disappointing and divisive not...
- International Climate Talks On In Mexico
12/03/2010 -- This year’s high-level United Nations climate meeting, the Conference of Parties, has begun in Cancun, Mexico, with an estimated 200 nations sending representatives. United Methodist Women partners are currently there.
- Global Migration Focus of Global Gathering in Mexico
11/01/2010 -- United Methodist Women heads to Mexico City this week for the People’s Global Action on Migration, Development and Human Rights (PGA).
- New Beginnings for Domestic Violence Survivors
10/01/2010 -- In a county with a domestic violence rate three times the national average, United Methodist Women-supported Navajo United Methodist Center offers a safe place and opportunity for a new life.
- Maryland Women Journey with Navajo Widows
04/13/2010 -- When a group of Navajo Native Americans from New Mexico needed a ride to the Capitol Building in Washington, D.C., Maryland United Methodist Women not only gave them a lift, but also joined them on a historic journey in search of justice.
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