| May 2011|
| women's rights religious organization|
To be a Unitarian Universalist women’s organization with specific goals: to raise awareness about women’s history, rituals, and perspectives, through training, communication, celebration and many resources.
Canadian Unitarian Universalist Women's Association Wikipedia
Canadian Unitarian Universalist Women's Association (CUUWA) (established in May 2011) is a Canadian Unitarian Universalist women's rights organization that is an associate member of the Canadian Unitarian Council. The organization's mission is to support women-centred projects that raise awareness about women’s history, rituals, and perspectives; to develop and distribute educational materials that highlight a women-centred lifespan curriculum; to grant awards to women based on merit, and to acknowledge the creative work of women; to maintain a monitoring group with two functions: 1) internal within our denomination to ensure that language is inclusive, that there is equitable representation on denominational committees, task forces, etc; and 2) external: to determine priority for issues such as economic equality, reproductive rights, and educational access; and To influence, educate or inform policy on issues relevant to women at all levels, local, national and international.