How to Sign Up for the Inaugural Women’s Assembly October 15 and Propose Women’s Programs

2015 Parliament registrants are invited to attend the Inaugural Women’s Assembly at the 2015 Parliament which will be held from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. on October 15 (preceding the 2015 Parliament opening ceremony on the evening of October 15). Please book your travel accordingly and register free below.

The Inaugural Women’s Assembly and Program Initiative for Global Advancement beginning October 15 will run throughout the Parliament conference, highlighting the work of interfaith women and featuring programs on the vital nexus of women, religion and human rights, sacred sources of inspiration and strength, the transformative impact of women on religion, the re-emergent Divine Feminine and more. A Women’s Sacred Space will host services, ceremonies, meditations and other expressions of women’s spiritual engagement.

Program proposals for the Women’s Program Initiative and Space are encouraged to follow the proposal submission process at rfp.parliamentofreligions.org and should be marked “WOMEN’S INITIATIVE.”

  • Remember to kindly book travel arrangements accordingly and to arrive in Salt Lake before October 15.  
  • Key speaker announcements will be made soon!
  • The Parliament Women’s Task Force seeks your support for the Global Sisters Fund to enable special constituencies of women to attend the Parliament Women’s Assembly and Program Initiative!
  • Please answer these important short questions for registrants so we may count you in for the Women’s Assembly. Form is also included below.

If you cannot locate your registration record, please email [email protected] with your name and Registration in the subject. 

 

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