A letter from Caroline Craddock, an activist from CitizenGo – a community of citizens who seek to defend life, family and fundamental rights worldwide.
As you may already know, last week I was in Budapest with several other CitizenGO team members. We went to Budapest to participate in the Budapest Family Summit and the World Congress of Families. Every year, the Congress brings together pro-family and pro-life individuals from around the globe to discuss best practices and fellowship together.
Here is a photo of our team at the global Flash Mob for the Family:
This year, the Summit brought together an impressive array of speakers, including the Prime Minister of Hungary, Viktor Orbán. He spoke about Hungary’s dedication to defending the family.
Several members of the CitizenGO team were also invited to speak, including CitizenGO’s President Ignacio Arsuaga, our Polish campaigner Magdalena Korzekwa, our Hungarian campaigner Eszter Zaymus, and myself. We were honored to share about the work of CitizenGO and how we are making a difference around the globe.
During the Congress, we listened to presentations and met with individuals and organizations who work with CitizenGO in our quest to defend the family. It was a very productive and beneficial week for CitizenGO.
One of our goals this year is to take our work offline by delivering signatures in person, planning events, hosting press conferences, and so on. Prior to the beginning of the official Summit, we participated in an internal training to help us achieve this goal. We were trained by the Foundation for Applied Conservative Leadership, and we also went through a technical training regarding how to better target our campaigns.
Here is a photo of part of our team at that training:
Thank you for supporting our work and for helping us defend the family worldwide. We could not do this without you.
Caroline Craddock and the entire CitizenGO team
P.S. You can view more photos from the weekend by following this link or clicking the photo below! https://www.flickr.com/
CitizenGO is a community of active citizens that seeks to defend life, the family and fundamental rights worldwide. To find out more about CitizenGO click here