The YWCA World Service Council is comprised of women with a global vision who care about our changing world and champion the work of the YWCA USA and World YWCA in their commitment to dignity, freedom, justice and peace.




 Video commemorates World Service Council History


The World Service Council (WSC) packed 100 years of history in its inspiring virtual celebration on October 15 when YWCA members and friends around the globe signed onto its zoom centennial event. The historic story was told through a narrative that traced the beginnings of the World Service Council from its inception to the present embellished by photos and interviews from former WSC chairs, World YWCA interns, World YWCA General Secretaries, and other global leaders. Read more and watch the event here.

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Hi everyone! This is Amany from YWCA Palestine and today, I am taking over World YWCA social media. November 29 marks the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People. On this day back in 1947, the UN General Assembly adopted Resolution 181, which calls for the partition of Palestine into two states: One for the Jewish people and another for the Arab Palestinians. The resolution demands that Palestinians have the right to national independence and a sovereign state, yet 73 years later, they remain under military occupation. They continue to be forcibly displaced from their homes and lands and robbed of their right to self-determination. On this day, I call on UN Member States and individuals globally alike to support efforts made to end the ongoing military occupation of Palestine and achieve #justpeace. 🇵🇸
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#KeepHopeAlive #FreePalestine #InternationalDayofSolidaritywiththePalestinianPeople
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Timeline Photos4 Lessons I Learned Working At A #Feminist Organization
Read this blog from Enoch Tumwine on his experience as an intern at the World YWCA.
"Over the course of my internship, I came to believe that women occupying positions of power would have a strong and beneficial impact on the world. "

#genderequality #16days #OrangeTheWorld
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