The Ahmadiyya Muslim Women Auxiliary SA will present an Interfaith Symposium, My Religion and Liberation of Women at Flinders University on Sunday, 6 August 2017. This is a Women-only event.
BOIV and Darebin City Council are launching a booklet aim to assist Muslim community leaders in their work preventing violence against women and to build respectful relations within the Muslim community.
Join Women’s Melbourne Network for a frank and fearless of discussion with women of faith and feminism. Inspirational women from faith communities and backgrounds will discuss religion, gender and feminism.
Initiatives of Change (IofC) is a world-wide movement of people of diverse cultures and backgrounds, who are committed to the transformation of society through changes in human motives and behaviour, starting with their own. Initiatives of Change has a program called Creators of Peace, and a film session “Beyond Forgiving” will be screened in Melbourne.
The much-debated question of whether women are more religious than men is the focus of Pew Research Center’s recently released report “The Gender Gap in Religion Around the World.” The study finds that women are generally – but not universally – more religious than men in several ways. A challenging and contentious interview is provided by PEW Research Centre.