Get Involved

Are you motivated by the actions of MMM and wish to contribute? Whatever your availability or your means, your support and active participation are most welcome.

Here are some tips on getting started:

  • Subscribe to our Newsletter (at the bottom of this page – you can also see samples here)
  • Follow, like, relay, amplify our messages on social networks… (see the header of this page)
  • Make a donation (those red buttons in the header and footer of every page…)

Do you have more time on your hands? Become a volunteer

Volunteering opportunities exist at the International General Secretariat in Paris, with the MMM delegation in Brussels, and the UN teams in New York, Geneva and Vienna… It is also possible to work virtually from anywhere in the world!

You wish to:

  • Promote the recognition and value of the mother’s role in society
  • Widen your horizon and spend time on meaningful work
  • Become a member of a dynamic international team

You can:

  • Manage projects (organization of events…)
  • Speak at events or conferences
  • Write statements reports or articles for our website
  • Design infographics
  • Conduct research on a particular topic
  • Analyze, proofread or translate documents (English / French, French / English)
  • Carry out administrative work
  • Manage a fundraising team
  • Build a communication strategy
  • Put forward any other creative idea

 

All your talents and skills are welcome – Do not hesitate to contact us

 

 

Latest News from MMM and its Network

In this together: Share the Care, Transform Tomorrow

02.07.22

UN New York, HLPF - Join us on July 11th for a discussion on how #SharingTheCare at every level - family, community, governments and private sector - is vital for gender equality and the wellbeing of all. Our v

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Our member in Romania acts for Ukraine mothers & children

21.06.22

The ongoing conflict and resulting humanitarian crisis in Ukraine has had a devastating impact on the mental and physical health of mothers and their children, on both those who have fled and those who have sta

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Racism surrounding childbirth

18.06.22

UN Geneva - On the occasion of a consultation on Racism and the Right to Health, MMM denounces the systemic racism against mothers in childbirth, prevalent in developed countries, with two key indicators: women

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Unpaid care work and motherhood: MMM calls on ILO to change employment approach

30.05.22

International Labour conference, Geneva – To redress the economic injustice suffered by many mothers as a result of their caring responsibilities, MMM has called for a new approach to employment: a human-cent

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MMM contributes to EU Care Strategy

18.05.22

In these unprecedented times, when Europe is navigating a global pandemic, when political tensions are boiling over threatening to destabilize the global order, it is vital to reflect on the people who hold the

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Mothers’ Mental Load: The Unpaid (and Unrecognized) Cognitive and Emotional Labour

15.05.22

MMM is delighted to publish a report written by Emma Levrau, a student in Global Health and Social Justice (Master of Science) at Kings College London on the unpaid and invisible cognitive and emotional work th

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