Category: Events

UCLU Kurdish Society and Culture Project Present:

An evening of discussion with activists and experts debating women and LGBTQ rights under Islam. They will be debating why they are struggling for a just, secular and egalitarian world. In addition to why they believe in critiquing and rejecting religious and conventional gender norms and relations.

Date: 09/12/2016

Time: 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Address:
Wilkins building, Gustave Tuck Lecture Theatre
2nd Floor, South Junction,
Gower Street WC1E 6BT

Speakers:
Houzan Mahmoud (Kurdish feminist and Cofounder of Culture Project)
Maryam Namazie (Secularist & cofounder of One Law for All)
Farhana Mayer ( Farhana Mayer: Senior Researcher in Islamic Studies)
Berivan Gunes (LLM Student and co-founder of LGBTQ Kurdish platform UK)
Kojin Mirzayi (LLM Student and co-founder of LGBTQ platform UK)

To find out more, please visit event Facebook page.

18 October 2016, central London by Kings Cross station, 19:00-21:00 hours
Evening drinks with Secular Activist Chris Moos on gender segregation at universities
The event will be held at our regular meet-up space near Kings Cross station on a Tuesday from now on. You need to register if you have not been to our events before by emailing exmuslimcouncil@gmail.com with your name and phone number. Entry can be paid at the door: £1 unwaged; £3 waged.

Asturian Cooperation for Development, Oviedo, Spain

Maryam will be debating Islam and women’s equality at the IX Meeting of Asturian Cooperation for Development to be held in Oviedo, Spain on 3 November 2016. This event is organised every two years in Asturias, promoted by CODOPA and organised by a working group consisting of various NGOs that works in Human Development issues. This year’s focus is Refugees and Migration.

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