Nottingham Secular Society

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Tuesday 23rd October 2018


        Yasmin Rehman


        The lecture starts at 19:30 prompt,  and will be followed by a Q and A session. £2 entrance.


        Walking the tightrope: a guide to the pitfalls of being a secularist and a woman of faith.


        How do we challenge fundamentalist and extremist narratives but without feeding a racist, anti-Muslim agenda? How can Muslims themselves challenge Islamic

        extremist doctrine, when they too face accusations of Islamophobia and racism? How can we navigate a discourse that's dominated by faith-based identity politics?


        That's the tightrope walked by Yasmin Rehman, a Muslim who campaigns for women's rights. In 2017, she received the prestigious 'Secularist of the Year' award for

        her work, including highlighting the dangers posed by Islamic extremists to ex-Muslims and Ahmadi Muslims, and those helping to protect women from violence and

        abuse.


        at the Canal House, 48-52 Canal Street, Nottingham.



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Who we are and what we believe:

We are a group of people based in and around the Nottingham area who support the idea of a secular society, in which people of all religions, and none, should be treated equally.

We support the Charter of the National Secular Society and meet regularly to discuss secular issues; listen to guest speakers; organise campaigns, have debates and the occasional social evening.


Secularism Protects:

We are not anti-religion. We oppose discrimination against religions and discrimination by religions equally but we believe that religion is a private matter for individuals and that the privileged position of religious organisations and the self-interest of religious leaders is one that should be challenged.

WE LOOK FORWARD TO MEETING YOU

Please have a look at the website and, if you like what you see, why not come along and join us at one of our meetings? For more information or any general inquiries please contact nottinghamsecularsociety@yahoo.com



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