SODFA DAAJI

SECULARISM: A FEMINIST ISSUE

HOW YEARS OF MALE INTERPRETATION OF RELIGION IS AFFECTING THE ACHIEVEMENTS OF WOMEN’S RIGHTS

No matter which religion we take into consideration; the space for women is limited. What is even worst, is that during the years, men interpreted religions to put “women in their place”. Our freedoms, our bodies, our choices have to follow a strict line drawn by men to limit our lives as women. The aim is to understand how interpretation is limiting our fight to get our rights, and what should we do - together - to fight these interpretations that are affecting our sisters around the world, especially when religion is not separated from the State.

About Sodfa: Sodfa Daaji is a Tunisian-Italian feminist-abolitionist engaged in Europe and Africa. She advocates for women’s rights, and her activism focuses particularly on how culture, tradition and religion affect the achievement of women’s rights. She is currently the hubs coordinator of Afrika Youth Movement, a youth-led Movement with more than 10.000 members engaged across Africa and Diaspora. She is also an individual member of the European Network of Migrant Women.

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