Susan Roylance has participated in over twenty-five
international conferences – specifically related to the Fourth World Conference
on Women, Habitat II, World Food Summit, U.N. Conference on Ministers
Responsible for Youth, Earth Summit +5, Beijing +5, Istanbul +5, Special Session
on Children 2001, Special Sessions on HIV/AIDS, Millennium Summit and an
International Conference on Children and AIDS. She has traveled to thirty-eight
countries, and visited many orphanages and street children programs throughout
the world – helping develop family-based care for orphan programs.
Susan is a founder of
United Families International, and has been actively involved in many
pro-family organizations, in addition to serving as a political consultant and
the CEO/Manager of Roylance Publishing.
In response to the AIDS crisis in Africa, Susan initiated
an HIV/AIDS education program for children called “Stay
Alive.” The program is now being used in 16 countries of Africa.
She and her husband, Robert C. Roylance, spent several
humanitarian work in Africa (primarily Kenya and Uganda), helping rural
farmers increase their income. They are currently working with Burmese refugees
resettling in Salt Lake Valley. The Roylances first met the refugees while
serving a mission for their church and have loved them ever since. Susan is
currently teaching piano lessons to refugee teenagers, and English lessons to
Burmese families newly arrived in Utah.
Susan is the author of The Traditional Family in Peril,
U.N. Negotiating Guide, and Mothers and Fathers DEFENDING MARRIAGE
AND FAMILY in the Halls of the U.N.
Susan was a candidate for the U.S. Congress, in Washington
State, and chaired several initiatives and referendums in Washington and Oregon.
Susan writes a blog for the Deseret News – “Families
around the World”.
Susan and Robert are the parents of seven children and
grandparents of thirty-one grandchildren.
Articles written for the Deseret News blog – “Families
Around the World”
Gender definition debated at UN
Protecting children from harmful sexuality education
Launch of new UN agency: UN Women
Governor receives 'Champion of the Family' award
Youth at the UN: 'Lions for Life'
UN focusing on education, decent work for women
Secretary-General speaks out against violence
U.N. aims to help elderly
Family resolution introduced at the UN
Reducing world poverty
U.N. policy conferences
U.N. establishes goals for 2015
Miracle Well feeds starving Kenyan village
Refugees need extra help when entering a new country
Insight into family celebrations of Christmas in Western Africa
Temporary peace settles over Thailand
Fragile families in Burma
Why a family?
UN slights sex trafficking, pornography issue
Redefining the family
Parental rights defended at the U.N.
U.N. documents fail to recognize 'the family'
Not an excuse for abortion
The UN's misleading sexual agenda
Giving birth — or not
The 'Modern' Family
Celebrating motherhood — at the U.N
Focus on girls
U.N. conference on women
The U.N. and the U.S.
Pro-life organizations excluded
42 million babies
Reducing family size
A radical agenda
A man, a woman - and children
Teacher or TV?
The pain of abortion
Greatest threat to families
Europe needs more babies
Motherhood: center stage
What is a family?
An unlikely gathering place