Network member Romina Istratii will be hosting a free webinar which aims to examine current approaches to domestic violence in religious communities from around the world to explore their contributions and to identify directions for the future. A main objective is to examine past and current approaches with reflexivity to the limitation of western understandings of ‘religion’ and to contribute to a diversification of domestic violence understandings and approaches by promoting more Southern-Northern knowledge exchange.
- Prof Nancy-Nason Clark, Professor Emerita of Sociology, the University of New Brunswick and Principal Investigator of the RAVE Project
- Mandy Marshall, Director for Gender Justice at the Anglican Communion Office
- Huda Jawad, Faith and Community Programme Manager at Standing Together Against Domestic Violence
- Mahmoud Ali Gomaa Afifi, PhD student at the University of Lancaster
The presentations will be followed by a Q&A with the audience.
Book your free tickets here.