It’s been a tough year, but by the grace of God we saw progress last quarter! Here’s what World Vision Advocates were speaking out about.
Author: Katie Taylor
Why more school = less child marriage
Education is key to reducing child marriage: A girl’s risk of early marriage is reduced for every year she stays in school. Here’s why.
How spacing pregnancies saves the lives of mothers and children
Healthy timing and spacing of pregnancies, World Vision’s approach to family planning, saves the lives of mothers and children with help from faith leaders.
Republican and Democrat talk faith and civility in Congress
People ARE working together in Congress! We interviewed a Republican and Democrat congressional staffer about faith, civility, and building common ground.
20 Bible verses for faith-motivated advocacy
Faith is our foundation, motivation, and our strength. These faith-filled Bible verses inspire us to love others through advocacy!
5 ways kids can advocate for justice
God uses people of all ages! If you and your children are looking for age-appropriate advocacy, here are 5 ways kids can advocate for justice!
5 ways the pandemic is affecting the world’s children
The world’s children are vulnerable to the secondary effects of COVID-19. Here’s what kids all over the world, including the U.S., are beginning to face.
June update: Summer of hope (advocacy style!)
There’s been no shortage of gray days recently, but we know God is faithful. We’ll continue to seek justice — and celebrate when we see progress!
What is hope? 5 things we’ve learned.
Hope doesn’t keep us happy all the time, it’s what keeps us going through heartbreak. Here are 5 things World Vision Advocacy has learned about hope.
Why does violence against women and girls increase during disasters?
Women and girls face greater risk of violence during emergencies as harmful social norms intensify and women are further marginalized.