While insidious, gender-based violence (GBV) is not inevitable; it can and must be prevented.
Register now for this event! The Vincentian Family at the United Nations seeks to include and amplify the voices of those who have experienced homelessness and poverty, and their suggestions for “Better City, Better Life.”
The LCUSA Advocacy Committee and Bread for the World urge us to contact our Representative and our Senators to pass the Global Malnutrition Prevention and Treatment Act of 2021.
Urge the President and your Members of Congress to commit the United States to bold, courageous climate action to protect the Earth and promote justice for those most affected by climate change.
Join an online event with Vincentian family members from Niagara University, Vincentian Family Homeless Alliance, and St. John’s University. We will hear from youth who have persevered after being homeless, along with some recent research.
Register now for an online event that explores this issue and suggests what must be done to move Hidden Homeless women from trauma to empowerment.
The 65th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women takes place at the UN, March 15-26, 2021. Organizations of the Vincentian Family submitted a statement urging actions toward addressing increased violence against women and girls made even worse during the pandemic.
This year, the theme for International Women’s Day is “Women in leadership: Achieving an equal future in a COVID-19 world.”
Access to digital technology is important for the vulnerable people that we support. Add your voice to the Civil Society Declaration on this subject.