February 25 - March 4, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
The Coordinating Team (CT) of the AWRC is the policy/ decision making body of the organization, and is responsible for coordinating, oversight of the affairs of the organization, planning, and appointing any necessary committees. The WSCF AP and AWRC have a historical significance of working together. The Regional Women’s Coordinator of WSCF AP region is co-opted as voting member of the CT. This year the CTM meeting will take place in Indonesia, and this meeting will be attended by the Regional Women’s Coordinator, WSCF AP
March 8, Regional and Global
The month of March is dedicated for the women as we commemorate the struggle of the courageous women who fought for equality, justice, peace and development. They have paved the way for us to continue our journey for women’s emancipation. This year once again we would invite the national movements to participate and celebrate the International Women’s Day (IWD) in the National Movements with various activities. The members of the Regional Women’s Committee of WSCF AP would come up with a liturgical material to observe the event.
The Women Doing Theology is a regular effective women’s programme for the young women from the national movements. This year the WDT will be organized in the regional level. Participant attended this workshop will focus on a writing workshop. This WDT workshop is aimed to develop a module of women doing theology in order to facilitate the women and SCM in promoting ‘doing critical feminist theology’ in their national movement or their context of struggle.
Possible venue and date:
1. RWP-JWP with SCM Timor Leste.
2. RWP-JWP with Nepal Contact Movement
- To identify potential women leaders in local/national SCM and to encourage their participation in movement building of SCM
- To ensure commitment to the lives and issues pertaining to women in local/national context through a process of learning and reflect critically the women’s issue in their own socio political and cultural context
- To provide space of learning the methodology of women doing theology as a way for encouragement and empowerment towards liberation and transformation
November 25 - December 10, Regional and Global
This is an international campaign starting on November 25, International Day against Violence against Women and will close on December 10, International Human Rights Day, in order to symbolically link violence against women and human rights and to emphasize that such violence is a violation of human rights. This 16-day period also highlights other significant dates including November 29, International Women Human Rights Defenders Day, December 1, World AIDS Day, and December 6, which marks the Anniversary of the Montreal Massacre. The RWC members will come up with a guide line for different activities to observe these significant days with the national movements.