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Taken during the visit of the image at our Parish, Archdiocesan Shrine of Our Lady of Lourdes. The image is making parish visits throughout the parishes in the Archdiocese of Cebu in order to encourage people to donate financially for the reconstruction of the Old Oslob Parish Church which was razed to the ground by fire last March 26, 2008 as well as to spread devotion to Our Lady under this advocacy. Plans are already set to recomstruct the Church but they lackfinancial aid and taht they wish that at least during their Fiesta this coming December 8, the church would already have its roof.

 

The image is said to be miraculous having survived many fires that attacked it, it still remained unscathed. Also at one time when it was stolen, it was miraculously returned by an unknown person and news spread through the town that the thiefs residence was razed to the ground by fire. It also is invoked by the people of Oslob in times of despair and has remained their constant refuge and joy time then and now.

 

The image is older than the church itself.

 

click here for the NEWS about the fire.

Taken during the visit of the image at our Parish, Archdiocesan Shrine of Our Lady of Lourdes. The image is making parish visits throughout the parishes in the Archdiocese of Cebu in order to encourage people to donate financially for the reconstruction of the Old Oslob Parish Church which was razed to the ground by fire last March 26, 2008 as well as to spread devotion to Our Lady under this advocacy. Plans are already set to recomstruct the Church but they lackfinancial aid and taht they wish that at least during their Fiesta this coming December 8, the church would already have its roof.

 

The image is said to be miraculous having survived many fires that attacked it, it still remained unscathed. Also at one time when it was stolen, it was miraculously returned by an unknown person and news spread through the town that the thiefs residence was razed to the ground by fire. It also is invoked by the people of Oslob in times of despair and has remained their constant refuge and joy time then and now.

 

The image is older than the church itself.

 

click here for the NEWS about the fire.

In May 2014, Inclusive Security—in partnership with UNDP’s N-Peace Network—led an advocacy and mobilization workshop in Thailand for 19 women from Indonesia, Myanmar, and Nepal. The workshop, customized for women involved in peace processes, prepared the participants to organize and train others to advocate for women’s inclusion. Each country delegation was represented by diverse women from a variety of sectors, including members of Myanmar’s parliament, Nepalese police officers, and Indonesian leaders working to bridge the divide between Muslims and Christians. Upon their return home, the UNDP Country Office will support participants to implement their high-impact advocacy plans to advance inclusion in their countries. For more information on our training services, see: www.inclusivesecurity.org/explore-resources/training-serv...

Mariyam Mohamed, from the Maldives, is an independent development and gender consultant and the co-founder of Uthema Maldives NGO, which advocates on gender equality and women empowerment in the Maldives. Mariyam Mohamed has more than 14 years professional and academic experience in the development sector. She coordinated issue-based advocacy and activism on gender equality and women empowerment and has contributed and advocated gender mainstreaming across UN and government partners. Ms. Mohamed contributed to the formulation and implementation of the first-ever Domestic Violence Act for the Maldives and carried out advocacy with network of NGOs and individuals over a period of two years to enact the bill through parliament approval. Similarly, Ms. Mohamed formulated an advocacy plan for the draft “Gender Equality Law” for ADB and the Government of Maldives, to push it through parliament and lobby for its implementation. Mohamed is engaged in knowledge building initiatives on Gender Equality in Islam. She is currently engaged in a collaborative initiative in writing on women rights issues, challenges in local language to create awareness among the public to advocate legal systematic reform in the Maldives

 

“There are more women joining the workforce now, but 47 per cent of women are employed in informal sectors, in jobs where they don’t get pensions or other benefits. We have a new gender equality law but it doesn’t address the care work that women do. Since 1980s, we’ve been talking about state funded daycare but it has not happened. It does not endorse affirmative action or gender-responsive budgeting. We have laws, but no one knows about them. There is not enough budget allocated for the implementation of the laws.”

 

Portrait of Mariyam Mohamed taken during the 61st Session of the Commission on the Status of Women in New York. 16 March 2017.

 

Photo: UN Women/Ryan Brown

 

Taken during the visit of the image at our Parish, Archdiocesan Shrine of Our Lady of Lourdes. The image is making parish visits throughout the parishes in the Archdiocese of Cebu in order to encourage people to donate financially for the reconstruction of the Old Oslob Parish Church which was razed to the ground by fire last March 26, 2008 as well as to spread devotion to Our Lady under this advocacy. Plans are already set to recomstruct the Church but they lackfinancial aid and taht they wish that at least during their Fiesta this coming December 8, the church would already have its roof.

 

The image is said to be miraculous having survived many fires that attacked it, it still remained unscathed. Also at one time when it was stolen, it was miraculously returned by an unknown person and news spread through the town that the thiefs residence was razed to the ground by fire. It also is invoked by the people of Oslob in times of despair and has remained their constant refuge and joy time then and now.

 

The image is older than the church itself.

 

click here for the NEWS about the fire.

Taken during the visit of the image at our Parish, Archdiocesan Shrine of Our Lady of Lourdes. The image is making parish visits throughout the parishes in the Archdiocese of Cebu in order to encourage people to donate financially for the reconstruction of the Old Oslob Parish Church which was razed to the ground by fire last March 26, 2008 as well as to spread devotion to Our Lady under this advocacy. Plans are already set to recomstruct the Church but they lackfinancial aid and taht they wish that at least during their Fiesta this coming December 8, the church would already have its roof.

 

The image is said to be miraculous having survived many fires that attacked it, it still remained unscathed. Also at one time when it was stolen, it was miraculously returned by an unknown person and news spread through the town that the thiefs residence was razed to the ground by fire. It also is invoked by the people of Oslob in times of despair and has remained their constant refuge and joy time then and now.

 

The image is older than the church itself.

 

click here for the NEWS about the fire.

In May 2014, Inclusive Security—in partnership with UNDP’s N-Peace Network—led an advocacy and mobilization workshop in Thailand for 19 women from Indonesia, Myanmar, and Nepal. The workshop, customized for women involved in peace processes, prepared the participants to organize and train others to advocate for women’s inclusion. Each country delegation was represented by diverse women from a variety of sectors, including members of Myanmar’s parliament, Nepalese police officers, and Indonesian leaders working to bridge the divide between Muslims and Christians. Upon their return home, the UNDP Country Office will support participants to implement their high-impact advocacy plans to advance inclusion in their countries. For more information on our training services, see: www.inclusivesecurity.org/explore-resources/training-serv...

In May 2014, Inclusive Security—in partnership with UNDP’s N-Peace Network—led an advocacy and mobilization workshop in Thailand for 19 women from Indonesia, Myanmar, and Nepal. The workshop, customized for women involved in peace processes, prepared the participants to organize and train others to advocate for women’s inclusion. Each country delegation was represented by diverse women from a variety of sectors, including members of Myanmar’s parliament, Nepalese police officers, and Indonesian leaders working to bridge the divide between Muslims and Christians. Upon their return home, the UNDP Country Office will support participants to implement their high-impact advocacy plans to advance inclusion in their countries. For more information on our training services, see: www.inclusivesecurity.org/explore-resources/training-serv...

In May 2014, Inclusive Security—in partnership with UNDP’s N-Peace Network—led an advocacy and mobilization workshop in Thailand for 19 women from Indonesia, Myanmar, and Nepal. The workshop, customized for women involved in peace processes, prepared the participants to organize and train others to advocate for women’s inclusion. Each country delegation was represented by diverse women from a variety of sectors, including members of Myanmar’s parliament, Nepalese police officers, and Indonesian leaders working to bridge the divide between Muslims and Christians. Upon their return home, the UNDP Country Office will support participants to implement their high-impact advocacy plans to advance inclusion in their countries. For more information on our training services, see: www.inclusivesecurity.org/explore-resources/training-serv...

In May 2014, Inclusive Security—in partnership with UNDP’s N-Peace Network—led an advocacy and mobilization workshop in Thailand for 19 women from Indonesia, Myanmar, and Nepal. The workshop, customized for women involved in peace processes, prepared the participants to organize and train others to advocate for women’s inclusion. Each country delegation was represented by diverse women from a variety of sectors, including members of Myanmar’s parliament, Nepalese police officers, and Indonesian leaders working to bridge the divide between Muslims and Christians. Upon their return home, the UNDP Country Office will support participants to implement their high-impact advocacy plans to advance inclusion in their countries. For more information on our training services, see: www.inclusivesecurity.org/explore-resources/training-serv...

In May 2014, Inclusive Security—in partnership with UNDP’s N-Peace Network—led an advocacy and mobilization workshop in Thailand for 19 women from Indonesia, Myanmar, and Nepal. The workshop, customized for women involved in peace processes, prepared the participants to organize and train others to advocate for women’s inclusion. Each country delegation was represented by diverse women from a variety of sectors, including members of Myanmar’s parliament, Nepalese police officers, and Indonesian leaders working to bridge the divide between Muslims and Christians. Upon their return home, the UNDP Country Office will support participants to implement their high-impact advocacy plans to advance inclusion in their countries. For more information on our training services, see: www.inclusivesecurity.org/explore-resources/training-serv...

In May 2014, Inclusive Security—in partnership with UNDP’s N-Peace Network—led an advocacy and mobilization workshop in Thailand for 19 women from Indonesia, Myanmar, and Nepal. The workshop, customized for women involved in peace processes, prepared the participants to organize and train others to advocate for women’s inclusion. Each country delegation was represented by diverse women from a variety of sectors, including members of Myanmar’s parliament, Nepalese police officers, and Indonesian leaders working to bridge the divide between Muslims and Christians. Upon their return home, the UNDP Country Office will support participants to implement their high-impact advocacy plans to advance inclusion in their countries. For more information on our training services, see: www.inclusivesecurity.org/explore-resources/training-serv...

In May 2014, Inclusive Security—in partnership with UNDP’s N-Peace Network—led an advocacy and mobilization workshop in Thailand for 19 women from Indonesia, Myanmar, and Nepal. The workshop, customized for women involved in peace processes, prepared the participants to organize and train others to advocate for women’s inclusion. Each country delegation was represented by diverse women from a variety of sectors, including members of Myanmar’s parliament, Nepalese police officers, and Indonesian leaders working to bridge the divide between Muslims and Christians. Upon their return home, the UNDP Country Office will support participants to implement their high-impact advocacy plans to advance inclusion in their countries. For more information on our training services, see: www.inclusivesecurity.org/explore-resources/training-serv...

In May 2014, Inclusive Security—in partnership with UNDP’s N-Peace Network—led an advocacy and mobilization workshop in Thailand for 19 women from Indonesia, Myanmar, and Nepal. The workshop, customized for women involved in peace processes, prepared the participants to organize and train others to advocate for women’s inclusion. Each country delegation was represented by diverse women from a variety of sectors, including members of Myanmar’s parliament, Nepalese police officers, and Indonesian leaders working to bridge the divide between Muslims and Christians. Upon their return home, the UNDP Country Office will support participants to implement their high-impact advocacy plans to advance inclusion in their countries. For more information on our training services, see: www.inclusivesecurity.org/explore-resources/training-serv...

In May 2014, Inclusive Security—in partnership with UNDP’s N-Peace Network—led an advocacy and mobilization workshop in Thailand for 19 women from Indonesia, Myanmar, and Nepal. The workshop, customized for women involved in peace processes, prepared the participants to organize and train others to advocate for women’s inclusion. Each country delegation was represented by diverse women from a variety of sectors, including members of Myanmar’s parliament, Nepalese police officers, and Indonesian leaders working to bridge the divide between Muslims and Christians. Upon their return home, the UNDP Country Office will support participants to implement their high-impact advocacy plans to advance inclusion in their countries. For more information on our training services, see: www.inclusivesecurity.org/explore-resources/training-serv...

In May 2014, Inclusive Security—in partnership with UNDP’s N-Peace Network—led an advocacy and mobilization workshop in Thailand for 19 women from Indonesia, Myanmar, and Nepal. The workshop, customized for women involved in peace processes, prepared the participants to organize and train others to advocate for women’s inclusion. Each country delegation was represented by diverse women from a variety of sectors, including members of Myanmar’s parliament, Nepalese police officers, and Indonesian leaders working to bridge the divide between Muslims and Christians. Upon their return home, the UNDP Country Office will support participants to implement their high-impact advocacy plans to advance inclusion in their countries. For more information on our training services, see: www.inclusivesecurity.org/explore-resources/training-serv...

In May 2014, Inclusive Security—in partnership with UNDP’s N-Peace Network—led an advocacy and mobilization workshop in Thailand for 19 women from Indonesia, Myanmar, and Nepal. The workshop, customized for women involved in peace processes, prepared the participants to organize and train others to advocate for women’s inclusion. Each country delegation was represented by diverse women from a variety of sectors, including members of Myanmar’s parliament, Nepalese police officers, and Indonesian leaders working to bridge the divide between Muslims and Christians. Upon their return home, the UNDP Country Office will support participants to implement their high-impact advocacy plans to advance inclusion in their countries. For more information on our training services, see: www.inclusivesecurity.org/explore-resources/training-serv...

In May 2014, Inclusive Security—in partnership with UNDP’s N-Peace Network—led an advocacy and mobilization workshop in Thailand for 19 women from Indonesia, Myanmar, and Nepal. The workshop, customized for women involved in peace processes, prepared the participants to organize and train others to advocate for women’s inclusion. Each country delegation was represented by diverse women from a variety of sectors, including members of Myanmar’s parliament, Nepalese police officers, and Indonesian leaders working to bridge the divide between Muslims and Christians. Upon their return home, the UNDP Country Office will support participants to implement their high-impact advocacy plans to advance inclusion in their countries. For more information on our training services, see: www.inclusivesecurity.org/explore-resources/training-serv...

In May 2014, Inclusive Security—in partnership with UNDP’s N-Peace Network—led an advocacy and mobilization workshop in Thailand for 19 women from Indonesia, Myanmar, and Nepal. The workshop, customized for women involved in peace processes, prepared the participants to organize and train others to advocate for women’s inclusion. Each country delegation was represented by diverse women from a variety of sectors, including members of Myanmar’s parliament, Nepalese police officers, and Indonesian leaders working to bridge the divide between Muslims and Christians. Upon their return home, the UNDP Country Office will support participants to implement their high-impact advocacy plans to advance inclusion in their countries. For more information on our training services, see: www.inclusivesecurity.org/explore-resources/training-serv...

In May 2014, Inclusive Security—in partnership with UNDP’s N-Peace Network—led an advocacy and mobilization workshop in Thailand for 19 women from Indonesia, Myanmar, and Nepal. The workshop, customized for women involved in peace processes, prepared the participants to organize and train others to advocate for women’s inclusion. Each country delegation was represented by diverse women from a variety of sectors, including members of Myanmar’s parliament, Nepalese police officers, and Indonesian leaders working to bridge the divide between Muslims and Christians. Upon their return home, the UNDP Country Office will support participants to implement their high-impact advocacy plans to advance inclusion in their countries. For more information on our training services, see: www.inclusivesecurity.org/explore-resources/training-serv...

In May 2014, Inclusive Security—in partnership with UNDP’s N-Peace Network—led an advocacy and mobilization workshop in Thailand for 19 women from Indonesia, Myanmar, and Nepal. The workshop, customized for women involved in peace processes, prepared the participants to organize and train others to advocate for women’s inclusion. Each country delegation was represented by diverse women from a variety of sectors, including members of Myanmar’s parliament, Nepalese police officers, and Indonesian leaders working to bridge the divide between Muslims and Christians. Upon their return home, the UNDP Country Office will support participants to implement their high-impact advocacy plans to advance inclusion in their countries. For more information on our training services, see: www.inclusivesecurity.org/explore-resources/training-serv...

In May 2014, Inclusive Security—in partnership with UNDP’s N-Peace Network—led an advocacy and mobilization workshop in Thailand for 19 women from Indonesia, Myanmar, and Nepal. The workshop, customized for women involved in peace processes, prepared the participants to organize and train others to advocate for women’s inclusion. Each country delegation was represented by diverse women from a variety of sectors, including members of Myanmar’s parliament, Nepalese police officers, and Indonesian leaders working to bridge the divide between Muslims and Christians. Upon their return home, the UNDP Country Office will support participants to implement their high-impact advocacy plans to advance inclusion in their countries. For more information on our training services, see: www.inclusivesecurity.org/explore-resources/training-serv...

In May 2014, Inclusive Security—in partnership with UNDP’s N-Peace Network—led an advocacy and mobilization workshop in Thailand for 19 women from Indonesia, Myanmar, and Nepal. The workshop, customized for women involved in peace processes, prepared the participants to organize and train others to advocate for women’s inclusion. Each country delegation was represented by diverse women from a variety of sectors, including members of Myanmar’s parliament, Nepalese police officers, and Indonesian leaders working to bridge the divide between Muslims and Christians. Upon their return home, the UNDP Country Office will support participants to implement their high-impact advocacy plans to advance inclusion in their countries. For more information on our training services, see: www.inclusivesecurity.org/explore-resources/training-serv...

In May 2014, Inclusive Security—in partnership with UNDP’s N-Peace Network—led an advocacy and mobilization workshop in Thailand for 19 women from Indonesia, Myanmar, and Nepal. The workshop, customized for women involved in peace processes, prepared the participants to organize and train others to advocate for women’s inclusion. Each country delegation was represented by diverse women from a variety of sectors, including members of Myanmar’s parliament, Nepalese police officers, and Indonesian leaders working to bridge the divide between Muslims and Christians. Upon their return home, the UNDP Country Office will support participants to implement their high-impact advocacy plans to advance inclusion in their countries. For more information on our training services, see: www.inclusivesecurity.org/explore-resources/training-serv...

In May 2014, Inclusive Security—in partnership with UNDP’s N-Peace Network—led an advocacy and mobilization workshop in Thailand for 19 women from Indonesia, Myanmar, and Nepal. The workshop, customized for women involved in peace processes, prepared the participants to organize and train others to advocate for women’s inclusion. Each country delegation was represented by diverse women from a variety of sectors, including members of Myanmar’s parliament, Nepalese police officers, and Indonesian leaders working to bridge the divide between Muslims and Christians. Upon their return home, the UNDP Country Office will support participants to implement their high-impact advocacy plans to advance inclusion in their countries. For more information on our training services, see: www.inclusivesecurity.org/explore-resources/training-serv...

In May 2014, Inclusive Security—in partnership with UNDP’s N-Peace Network—led an advocacy and mobilization workshop in Thailand for 19 women from Indonesia, Myanmar, and Nepal. The workshop, customized for women involved in peace processes, prepared the participants to organize and train others to advocate for women’s inclusion. Each country delegation was represented by diverse women from a variety of sectors, including members of Myanmar’s parliament, Nepalese police officers, and Indonesian leaders working to bridge the divide between Muslims and Christians. Upon their return home, the UNDP Country Office will support participants to implement their high-impact advocacy plans to advance inclusion in their countries. For more information on our training services, see: www.inclusivesecurity.org/explore-resources/training-serv...

In May 2014, Inclusive Security—in partnership with UNDP’s N-Peace Network—led an advocacy and mobilization workshop in Thailand for 19 women from Indonesia, Myanmar, and Nepal. The workshop, customized for women involved in peace processes, prepared the participants to organize and train others to advocate for women’s inclusion. Each country delegation was represented by diverse women from a variety of sectors, including members of Myanmar’s parliament, Nepalese police officers, and Indonesian leaders working to bridge the divide between Muslims and Christians. Upon their return home, the UNDP Country Office will support participants to implement their high-impact advocacy plans to advance inclusion in their countries. For more information on our training services, see: www.inclusivesecurity.org/explore-resources/training-serv...

In May 2014, Inclusive Security—in partnership with UNDP’s N-Peace Network—led an advocacy and mobilization workshop in Thailand for 19 women from Indonesia, Myanmar, and Nepal. The workshop, customized for women involved in peace processes, prepared the participants to organize and train others to advocate for women’s inclusion. Each country delegation was represented by diverse women from a variety of sectors, including members of Myanmar’s parliament, Nepalese police officers, and Indonesian leaders working to bridge the divide between Muslims and Christians. Upon their return home, the UNDP Country Office will support participants to implement their high-impact advocacy plans to advance inclusion in their countries. For more information on our training services, see: www.inclusivesecurity.org/explore-resources/training-serv...

In May 2014, Inclusive Security—in partnership with UNDP’s N-Peace Network—led an advocacy and mobilization workshop in Thailand for 19 women from Indonesia, Myanmar, and Nepal. The workshop, customized for women involved in peace processes, prepared the participants to organize and train others to advocate for women’s inclusion. Each country delegation was represented by diverse women from a variety of sectors, including members of Myanmar’s parliament, Nepalese police officers, and Indonesian leaders working to bridge the divide between Muslims and Christians. Upon their return home, the UNDP Country Office will support participants to implement their high-impact advocacy plans to advance inclusion in their countries. For more information on our training services, see: www.inclusivesecurity.org/explore-resources/training-serv...

In May 2014, Inclusive Security—in partnership with UNDP’s N-Peace Network—led an advocacy and mobilization workshop in Thailand for 19 women from Indonesia, Myanmar, and Nepal. The workshop, customized for women involved in peace processes, prepared the participants to organize and train others to advocate for women’s inclusion. Each country delegation was represented by diverse women from a variety of sectors, including members of Myanmar’s parliament, Nepalese police officers, and Indonesian leaders working to bridge the divide between Muslims and Christians. Upon their return home, the UNDP Country Office will support participants to implement their high-impact advocacy plans to advance inclusion in their countries. For more information on our training services, see: www.inclusivesecurity.org/explore-resources/training-serv...

In May 2014, Inclusive Security—in partnership with UNDP’s N-Peace Network—led an advocacy and mobilization workshop in Thailand for 19 women from Indonesia, Myanmar, and Nepal. The workshop, customized for women involved in peace processes, prepared the participants to organize and train others to advocate for women’s inclusion. Each country delegation was represented by diverse women from a variety of sectors, including members of Myanmar’s parliament, Nepalese police officers, and Indonesian leaders working to bridge the divide between Muslims and Christians. Upon their return home, the UNDP Country Office will support participants to implement their high-impact advocacy plans to advance inclusion in their countries. For more information on our training services, see: www.inclusivesecurity.org/explore-resources/training-serv...

In May 2014, Inclusive Security—in partnership with UNDP’s N-Peace Network—led an advocacy and mobilization workshop in Thailand for 19 women from Indonesia, Myanmar, and Nepal. The workshop, customized for women involved in peace processes, prepared the participants to organize and train others to advocate for women’s inclusion. Each country delegation was represented by diverse women from a variety of sectors, including members of Myanmar’s parliament, Nepalese police officers, and Indonesian leaders working to bridge the divide between Muslims and Christians. Upon their return home, the UNDP Country Office will support participants to implement their high-impact advocacy plans to advance inclusion in their countries. For more information on our training services, see: www.inclusivesecurity.org/explore-resources/training-serv...

In May 2014, Inclusive Security—in partnership with UNDP’s N-Peace Network—led an advocacy and mobilization workshop in Thailand for 19 women from Indonesia, Myanmar, and Nepal. The workshop, customized for women involved in peace processes, prepared the participants to organize and train others to advocate for women’s inclusion. Each country delegation was represented by diverse women from a variety of sectors, including members of Myanmar’s parliament, Nepalese police officers, and Indonesian leaders working to bridge the divide between Muslims and Christians. Upon their return home, the UNDP Country Office will support participants to implement their high-impact advocacy plans to advance inclusion in their countries. For more information on our training services, see: www.inclusivesecurity.org/explore-resources/training-serv...

In May 2014, Inclusive Security—in partnership with UNDP’s N-Peace Network—led an advocacy and mobilization workshop in Thailand for 19 women from Indonesia, Myanmar, and Nepal. The workshop, customized for women involved in peace processes, prepared the participants to organize and train others to advocate for women’s inclusion. Each country delegation was represented by diverse women from a variety of sectors, including members of Myanmar’s parliament, Nepalese police officers, and Indonesian leaders working to bridge the divide between Muslims and Christians. Upon their return home, the UNDP Country Office will support participants to implement their high-impact advocacy plans to advance inclusion in their countries. For more information on our training services, see: www.inclusivesecurity.org/explore-resources/training-serv...

In May 2014, Inclusive Security—in partnership with UNDP’s N-Peace Network—led an advocacy and mobilization workshop in Thailand for 19 women from Indonesia, Myanmar, and Nepal. The workshop, customized for women involved in peace processes, prepared the participants to organize and train others to advocate for women’s inclusion. Each country delegation was represented by diverse women from a variety of sectors, including members of Myanmar’s parliament, Nepalese police officers, and Indonesian leaders working to bridge the divide between Muslims and Christians. Upon their return home, the UNDP Country Office will support participants to implement their high-impact advocacy plans to advance inclusion in their countries. For more information on our training services, see: www.inclusivesecurity.org/explore-resources/training-serv...

In May 2014, Inclusive Security—in partnership with UNDP’s N-Peace Network—led an advocacy and mobilization workshop in Thailand for 19 women from Indonesia, Myanmar, and Nepal. The workshop, customized for women involved in peace processes, prepared the participants to organize and train others to advocate for women’s inclusion. Each country delegation was represented by diverse women from a variety of sectors, including members of Myanmar’s parliament, Nepalese police officers, and Indonesian leaders working to bridge the divide between Muslims and Christians. Upon their return home, the UNDP Country Office will support participants to implement their high-impact advocacy plans to advance inclusion in their countries. For more information on our training services, see: www.inclusivesecurity.org/explore-resources/training-serv...

In May 2014, Inclusive Security—in partnership with UNDP’s N-Peace Network—led an advocacy and mobilization workshop in Thailand for 19 women from Indonesia, Myanmar, and Nepal. The workshop, customized for women involved in peace processes, prepared the participants to organize and train others to advocate for women’s inclusion. Each country delegation was represented by diverse women from a variety of sectors, including members of Myanmar’s parliament, Nepalese police officers, and Indonesian leaders working to bridge the divide between Muslims and Christians. Upon their return home, the UNDP Country Office will support participants to implement their high-impact advocacy plans to advance inclusion in their countries. For more information on our training services, see: www.inclusivesecurity.org/explore-resources/training-serv...

In May 2014, Inclusive Security—in partnership with UNDP’s N-Peace Network—led an advocacy and mobilization workshop in Thailand for 19 women from Indonesia, Myanmar, and Nepal. The workshop, customized for women involved in peace processes, prepared the participants to organize and train others to advocate for women’s inclusion. Each country delegation was represented by diverse women from a variety of sectors, including members of Myanmar’s parliament, Nepalese police officers, and Indonesian leaders working to bridge the divide between Muslims and Christians. Upon their return home, the UNDP Country Office will support participants to implement their high-impact advocacy plans to advance inclusion in their countries. For more information on our training services, see: www.inclusivesecurity.org/explore-resources/training-serv...

In May 2014, Inclusive Security—in partnership with UNDP’s N-Peace Network—led an advocacy and mobilization workshop in Thailand for 19 women from Indonesia, Myanmar, and Nepal. The workshop, customized for women involved in peace processes, prepared the participants to organize and train others to advocate for women’s inclusion. Each country delegation was represented by diverse women from a variety of sectors, including members of Myanmar’s parliament, Nepalese police officers, and Indonesian leaders working to bridge the divide between Muslims and Christians. Upon their return home, the UNDP Country Office will support participants to implement their high-impact advocacy plans to advance inclusion in their countries. For more information on our training services, see: www.inclusivesecurity.org/explore-resources/training-serv...

Last two weeks in Advocacy planning workshop we used Post-it notes to fill SWOT, PESTO, activity, timeline etc wall charts. As we finished the workshop, walls were filled with Post-In madness. Sontheary is here enjoying the outcomes.

Taken during the visit of the image at our Parish, Archdiocesan Shrine of Our Lady of Lourdes. The image is making parish visits throughout the parishes in the Archdiocese of Cebu in order to encourage people to donate financially for the reconstruction of the Old Oslob Parish Church which was razed to the ground by fire last March 26, 2008 as well as to spread devotion to Our Lady under this advocacy. Plans are already set to recomstruct the Church but they lackfinancial aid and taht they wish that at least during their Fiesta this coming December 8, the church would already have its roof.

 

The image is said to be miraculous having survived many fires that attacked it, it still remained unscathed. Also at one time when it was stolen, it was miraculously returned by an unknown person and news spread through the town that the thiefs residence was razed to the ground by fire. It also is invoked by the people of Oslob in times of despair and has remained their constant refuge and joy time then and now.

 

The image is older than the church itself.

 

click here for the NEWS about the fire.

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Taken during the visit of the image at our Parish, Archdiocesan Shrine of Our Lady of Lourdes. The image is making parish visits throughout the parishes in the Archdiocese of Cebu in order to encourage people to donate financially for the reconstruction of the Old Oslob Parish Church which was razed to the ground by fire last March 26, 2008 as well as to spread devotion to Our Lady under this advocacy. Plans are already set to recomstruct the Church but they lackfinancial aid and taht they wish that at least during their Fiesta this coming December 8, the church would already have its roof.

 

The image is said to be miraculous having survived many fires that attacked it, it still remained unscathed. Also at one time when it was stolen, it was miraculously returned by an unknown person and news spread through the town that the thiefs residence was razed to the ground by fire. It also is invoked by the people of Oslob in times of despair and has remained their constant refuge and joy time then and now.

 

The image is older than the church itself.

 

click here for the NEWS about the fire.

25 indigenous women from diverse parts of Bolivia participated in the Leadership School for Indigenous Women at the national level in December 2015. These pictures are from the face-to-face phase of the trainings in which women created advocacy plans to implement in their communities.

www.fao.org/indigenous-peoples/news-article/en/c/360634/

©FAO

 

25 indigenous women from diverse parts of Bolivia participated in the Leadership School for Indigenous Women at the national level in December 2015. These pictures are from the face-to-face phase of the trainings in which women created advocacy plans to implement in their communities.

www.fao.org/indigenous-peoples/news-article/en/c/360634/

©FAO

 

25 indigenous women from diverse parts of Bolivia participated in the Leadership School for Indigenous Women at the national level in December 2015. These pictures are from the face-to-face phase of the trainings in which women created advocacy plans to implement in their communities.

www.fao.org/indigenous-peoples/news-article/en/c/360634/

©FAO

 

25 indigenous women from diverse parts of Bolivia participated in the Leadership School for Indigenous Women at the national level in December 2015. These pictures are from the face-to-face phase of the trainings in which women created advocacy plans to implement in their communities.

www.fao.org/indigenous-peoples/news-article/en/c/360634/

©FAO

 

25 indigenous women from diverse parts of Bolivia participated in the Leadership School for Indigenous Women at the national level in December 2015. These pictures are from the face-to-face phase of the trainings in which women created advocacy plans to implement in their communities.

www.fao.org/indigenous-peoples/news-article/en/c/360634/

©FAO

 

25 indigenous women from diverse parts of Bolivia participated in the Leadership School for Indigenous Women at the national level in December 2015. These pictures are from the face-to-face phase of the trainings in which women created advocacy plans to implement in their communities.

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