Students will know about the horrific attack on Malala Yousefzai as she travelled to school one morning. Malala’s life since that incident has changed completely, but thousands of girls in the Islamic world are still denied an education, justified by Islamic principles. Is this right? What does the Qur’an really say about the education of women and girls? What sort of ‘Islam’ denies them an education?
Covering fundamentalist interpretations of Islam, geo-political context relating to girls’ education as well as an exploration of the relevant Qur’anic texts, this webinar offers information and approaches to enable you to reach this timely and significant topic.
Product includes: hour-long recording of ‘What does the Qur’an really say about the education of women and girls’ webinar session recorded in 2016, copy of session PPT (copyright images have been removed) and associated resources.
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