Poles of Action

As the Chinese saying goes, “women are half the sky”. If we estimate that about 80% of them are mothers, we can consider that the majority of issues addressed at the United Nations, UNESCO and the European Union concern mothers and their children.

Mothers and the Economy

They often face discrimination related to motherhood, as well as poverty, the challenges of reconciling different responsibilities ... But without the mothers, which economy?

News on Mothers and the Economy

All mothers work and must be recognized as essential economic actors - without maternity penalizing them. The recognition of unpaid work, the reconciliation of family and professional life, the fight against discrimination and poverty are the heart of MMM's work.

Care and Education – Cornerstones of sustainable and just economies

04.07.20

UN - New York - Invitation to a virtual side-event to the 2020 High-Level Political Forum on 16 July

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MMM responds to Roadmap on European Green Deal Strategy for Adaptation to Climate Change

30.06.20

Women may be disproportionately impacted by climate change given their more vulnerable socio-economic position.

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Mothers and Health

Mothers are at the heart of early childhood development and family health issues ... But maternal health is still too often a challenge.

MMM teams up with non-profits for SymptomSurvey

09.07.20

Providing a voice for patients, families, and caregivers. Have your say by responding to our Survey.

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Parents key to mitigating risks of environmental harm to children

01.07.20

UN Geneva, Human Rights Council - At the Annual Discussion on the Rights of the Child, MMM took the floor to highlight the key role of parents, especially mothers as

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Mothers and Peace

First victims of violence and armed conflict ... Mothers also have the power to educate to the values ​​of peace, to bring people together and to act at all levels for a culture of peace

News on Mothers and Peace

Since its creation, MMM has been promoting the essential role of the mother for peace, through the safety and love that they give to their children from the moment of pregnancy, but also through the education and transmission of values within the family. Mothers are also key partners in the fight against radicalization and violent extremism.

When the World Changes

03.04.20

In just a few short weeks, our daily life as we know it has been turned upside down, changing everything.

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A conversation with Passy Mubalama

18.03.20

UN New York - On the occasion of CSW64, the NGO Committee on the Status of Women New York sought nominations for its Women of Distinction Awards. Ms. Passy MUBALAMA,

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Latest News from MMM and its Network

MMM teams up with non-profits for SymptomSurvey

09.07.20

Providing a voice for patients, families, and caregivers. Have your say by responding to our Survey.

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Care and Education – Cornerstones of sustainable and just economies

04.07.20

UN - New York - Invitation to a virtual side-event to the 2020 High-Level Political Forum on 16 July

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Parents key to mitigating risks of environmental harm to children

01.07.20

UN Geneva, Human Rights Council - At the Annual Discussion on the Rights of the Child, MMM took the floor to highlight the key role of parents, especially mothers as the primary caregivers, in realizing the rig

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MMM responds to Roadmap on European Green Deal Strategy for Adaptation to Climate Change

30.06.20

Women may be disproportionately impacted by climate change given their more vulnerable socio-economic position.

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1 in 4 children in the EU lives in poverty

12.06.20

On 2 June 2020, Make Mothers Matter, along with its partners of the EU Alliance for Investing in Children, with the support of the Social Platform and SDG Watch Europe, issued a Call for Action to the EU to ens

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MMM responds to EU Commission’s Public Consultation on Gender Pay

08.06.20

On May 27th, Make Mothers Matter responded to the EU Commission’s Public Consultation: “Transparency on pay for men and women”. The objective of the consultation was to gather views of stakeholders on (i)

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