Thanks for joining us for the next Sophia Network episode of 2015! We are glad you are here, alongside the thousands glaring at screens to catch up on Gender Justice around the world.
Before, I let you into the blog content, are any of you interested in sharing your stories here? We would love to hear stories of transformation from patriarchy/discrimination/prejudice, tales of your activism and the creative ways in which you are enabling women to reach their full potential. So please drop me a line if you want to write/film for future Sophia Network blogs at firstname.lastname@example.org.
So, what's up this month:
- Tami Zacharias at OM Canada gives us three practical areas where we can focus on being active in Gender Justice in the everyday.
- We interviewed Chine Mbubaegbu, trustee of Sophia and who has recently entered into an exciting role at the Evangelical Alliance, as the first female, black Director on the leadership team.
- Natalie Collins introduces us to Project 3:28, which recently launched its report on the gender balance of platform speakers at Christian conferences in 2014.
- Gemma Brown shares her review of Undaunted by Christine Caine.
One way to be Gender Justice active, is to join Natalie Collins and co. at the Fifty Shades of Grey Protest in London on 12 February. You can find out more info here.
Also check out another campaigning organisation, #50dollarsnot50shades, where people donate the money they would have spent going to see the film to a domestic abuse service.