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She said Participants dismissed COncerns as "obstacles to We met them and the Plat- is the most and inclu- ever generated by the most widely- or the first time at the Were made be- the condition Another milestone of an entire sec- concerns patterns of The )i con- lines Were concerned corporate need for them international Organiza- need for more con- Women's concerns. dec- p.ronounced the in- the level of in decision- in the U.N. 14% to 50% by is a SUmmary of in the Plat- Women to over- " WOmen's access to educa- drop-outs, for election to bodies and positions, and opportuni. access and en- nd develop- rs pecu- inate violence tl, increase in cases of lee violence, and to seek cultural reasons for violence against women; To increase participation of women in conflict resolution, support women affected by armed conflict, grant assistance to refugee women, and increase women's participation in the peace process; To promote women's eco- nomic self-reliance with equal pay for equal work; To strengthen factors pro- moting full and equal participa- tion in power structures and de- cision-making, to encourage participation in all career sec- tors, to enable women to assume leadership roles in all areas; To integrate gender equality into political and other policy planning at all levels; To apply/enforce interna- tional standards to promote and safeguard the human rights of women; To enhance the role of media to promote awareness ofneed for women's equality, to guarantee access of women to in- formation, eliminating stereotyp- ing; To involve women in pro- grams for sustainable ecological protection; To eliminate all forms of dis- crimination against girls in all of the other 11 critical areas. Attendees of Women Connect- ing II divided into focus groups after the video: Violence, CEDAW (Convention to Elimi- nate Discrimination Against Women), Education, Health, and Working Women. Participants selected their pri- mary interest, and brainstormed about where to make personal and group commitments to con- tinue to address the problems be- fore them. For example, at the table on Violence, a suggestion was made about rediscovering the roots of feminism among early suffragettes, putting in proper perspective anger and frustration at the slow pace of justice. Another idea was that knowledge and support from feminist men could help provide resource material on how to de- velop action plans. At this table, members offered to help provide information to the media about programs to be presented before church or ecumenical groups, civic, trade, and professional or- ganizations, and help to plan and execute such programs; con- tact media through letters to edi- tors; to write or call political rep resentatives on local, state and national levels. M&S Fire&Safety CO. Equip. Inc. Over 2. years sales and service in the Tri-state 670 E. Franklin 424-3863 Notice was taken that at the Beijing Conference, the very first commitment received was from the Vatican. A commitment from the Holy Father was of extreme importance to all participants, not or/ly to Catholics, but to citi- zens and leadership of all coun- tries and religions. One jarring note in Sister Bradshaw's message was con- cerned with the Convention to Eliminate Discrimination Against Women. It has been rati- fied in its entirety by many na- tions of the world, but the United States is not one of them. Women Connecting II last Saturday in Evansville renews the hope that in the words of one participant, "every individual ef- fort will bring the time closer when women, one-half the world's population, will be one- half of the total human voice." To obtain the Beijing Declara- tion and the Platform for Action, write, call or FcD:: U.N. Publication and Sales Division, United Nations, New York, NY 10017, Phone: (212) 963-5086, or Fax: (212)963-3463; or U.S. Government Office for Implementation of the PFA, The President Interagency Council on Women, The White House, New Executive Office Building, Room 3212, Washington, DC 20500, Phone: (202) 456-7350, or Fax: (202) 456-7357. For a Summary of the Women's Conference, call WE DO (212) 759-7982, or Fax: (212) 759-7982. SCRIPTURE SEARCH By Patricia Kasten DEVIL IN THE DESERT Gospel for Sunday, February 25, 1996 Matthew 4: ! - ! It Following is a word search based on the Gospel reading for the First Sunday of Lent. A Cycle. Je- sus' 40 days in the desert. The word clues are left to right in the order in which they appear in the reading. JESUS TO BE TEMPTED DEVIL HE FASTED FORTY DAYS HUNGRY COMMAND STONES BREAD ALONE MOUTH OF GOD TOOK HIM HOLY CITY SET HIM ON TEMPLE YOURSELF HANDS YOUR GOD HIGH WORLD ALL THESE SATAN LEFT HIM P J A S Y A D Y T R O F D E L D T E M P T E D L D S L L 1 V E D O D P E D U T D C D L R O W D S E S H A Y Y R G N U H R T D E Y L E F T H ! M U S N S T O O K H ! M T O A A E T M U N D G B E Y F M T T O i R E H R M E E M U A D N M G D E P B H O J O N D E O O A L O M C D H A N D S N D E T (c) 1996 AIt Publishing Co. MILLER &:: MILLER "Funeral Pre-Planning Since 1940" 424-9274 urged the watchdog group Morality in Media. 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