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

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

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 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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