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Side by Side is a growing global movement of people of faith who are working together to achieve gender justice.
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“Anglican Churches are at the centre of many communities around the world and can be a place where injustices are revealed, challenged and changed. Gender injustice is one of those issues.” - new Director for Gender Justice
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Anglican Communion at the UN 7h
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Press Release: Mandy Marshall to join the Anglican Communion in April as Director for Gender Justice.
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Day 11 of act 11 is to educate ourselves. We have curated a list of 16 resources from our member organisations and beyond:
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The Most Rev Stanley Ntagali 9h
In these & our efforts to end , a team from is in Kumi Diocese in a Dialogue mtg with Religious Leaders & District stakeholders on ending teenage pregnancies & sexual violence. I thank , & for the support
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Amanda Mukwashi Dec 4
Faith leaders and religious institutions must take their place in tackling violence against women. Economic, social, religious and political violence robs women of their dignity. All human beings are created in the image of God. Their innate worth is not up for sale.
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Zimbabwe Council of Churches Dec 4
Reverend Mugoni of Reformed Church in Zimbabwe - Rusape Congregation, encourages and advises the church and everyone to take a leading role to say NO TO GVB.
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discusses the power of partnerships and how no one organisation can do it alone. Special mention for the partnership, which brings together governments, inter-governmental organisations and faith-based organisations.
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Lydia Mbogoro Dec 4
‘When one woman is being oppressed in the world we all are’ speaking powerful words
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Hannah Mudge Dec 4
'The relationship between faith and feminism in the UK is really skewed' - Yes
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Christine Allen Dench Dec 4
Powerful reminder from that Christianity and Islam contain no rationale to oppress women.
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Judith Escribano Dec 4
"It is not the norm of the books of Christianity or Muslim to oppress women. FGM is an abuse of human rights: it is an abuse of what God gave you. The concept of chastity is not built on the word of God, but oppression by men."
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Tomi Ajayi Dec 4
“We’ve allowed men to interpret a beautiful faith into one of abuse and oppression... the horrors that happen don’t come from God but man.” - on the need to challenge ‘abnormal norms’ like , during the launch of ’s report in London today
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Chine McDonald Dec 4
We've allowed powerful men to misinterpret our faiths and twist them into systems of oppression of women - at the launch of our report
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"If we can't appeal to our leaders. We ought to appeal to our faith leaders" - Baroness Arminka Helic shares how people of faith can push the boundaries not back but forward.
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Zimbabwe Council of Churches Dec 1
Gender-based violence requires everyone's effort especially Church leaders and Chiefs. They hold key positions of influence and can play a pivotal role in transforming society for a gender just nation. Today we listen to Mrs. Joyce Kaswa of The Salvation Army Chinhoyi Citadel
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Laurelle Mbaradza Dec 2
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Bafana Khumalo Dec 3
Traditional leaders should not protect harmful practices that expose women & girls to vulnerability. Culture is about preserving harmony, peace & dignity of all.
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SpeakOut Campaign Dec 1
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