Our Vision Statement
Growing The Collective Power of Grassroots Women Through Collaboration and Action
That Is Restorative and Regenerative.
“The heart must be open, and once it is, information can flow without blockages,” she explains.“People have grief and scenarios in their lives that are unresolved. Those blockages have to be moved for creative energy to move through and be applied to an artistic picture or even an artistic policy.” Elder Barbara Brant
Welcome to the General Congress of Women
Honoring the 150th Anniversary of the Mother's Day Proclamation, the clarion call to convene a General Congress of Women, following the American Civil War, and the voice of the Suffragist movement that was well underway, we are proud to announce the launch of The General Congress of Women.
Our initiative is simple.
Member Congresses join us in contributing to the collective voice of grassroots women, arguably one of the most impactful voices and power of change. Member Congresses are SARAH circles operating in a manner that embraces our 4 Essential Elements of:
Recognizing the EcoSystem of our Interdependence of the 12 Critical Areas of Concern
Agreements of Care and Caregiving
Each Congress is unique in it's vision and goals, yet shares some simple elements or nature, how we care for one another, how we hear one another, and with inclusion of all we impact and who impact us. Collectively, our voice has leverage for common issues and concern, and power in making regenerative change.
We believe the solutions to any of the world’s problems that you may be addressing can be accelerated with these simple Elements.
Each monthly call elevates each of the 12 Interrelated Critical Areas of Concern through the lens of our interdependence.
The United Nations Women's 12 Critical Areas of Concern
Education and Training of Women and Girls | Women and Health | Violence Against Women | Women and Armed Conflict | Women and The Economy | Women in Power and Decision-Making | Human Rights of Women | Women's Health
2021` Calendar of Calls
Join as a Member and receive free access to each call
January 21st Women in Power and Decision Making
February 21st Violence Against Women and Girls
March 21st Women and The Environment
April 21st Women and Poverty
May 21st Human Rights of Women and Girls
June 21st Women and Health
July 21st Women and The Economy
August 21st Training and Education of Women and Girls
September 21st Women and War and Conflict
Oct 21st The Girl Child
November 21st Women and Institutional Structures
December 21st Women and Girls in The Media