An International Women’s Movement
March 14, 2019
February 13, 2018
Global Justice on Overcoming Poverty (GJOP) January 2018 bulletin is out. A very interesting one indeed! Here writes Alison Healey:
“All the pieces in the bulletin are concerned with inequality this month. It is worsening – inequality, I mean – I hope not the bulletin.
May 2018 be the year when poverty, inequality, violence, and cruelty lessen and justice, solidarity, mercy, and peace increase and thrive.”
September 6, 2016
2016 marks the 5th Anniversary of the International Day of the Girl. The Day of the Girl Summit wants to hear from girls (ages 13-18) about their inspirational stories about girl power! We are looking for stories told through art, pictures, poetry, songs, or videos that showcase the unique role girls play in our world. If you are interested in participating, please fill out the attached Call for Participation and IDG Consent form or pass it along to girls so that they may participate as well.
If chosen, your submission could be part of the United Nation’s Girls Speak Out 2016 event! All submissions will be featured on the Day of the Girl Summit website in their IDG2016 Webcast or Shoutout page!
Submissions and consent forms are due to firstname.lastname@example.org at 11:59 PM on Monday, September 12th! For any questions, contact Mary Kay Louchart via the International Grail Secretariat.
August 31, 2016
The report on the International Exchange, which took place in July 2016 in Europe, is now available.
Check out the resource paper GJOP “Out of Empire” by Alison Healey in October 2015.
The theme of the June issue of 2014 is International Exchange in The Grail. The editor writes: “That includes attending international meetings and experiences in other countries, and working on an international team.” All issues of ‘Crossroads’ are available here.
March 3, 2014
On February 8, 2014, the incoming and outgoing International Leadership Team members met with The Grail in the Netherlands and talked about their experiences, hopes, and dreams.
Dutch Grail member Christa Anbeek, who recently became a professor at ‘Vrije Universiteit’ in Amsterdam, attended the meeting and talked about her work. Her book “Delivered unto the heathens, how theology can survive the 21st century” is made available here and under other documents publications.